I have installed ubuntu using wubi from windows. But somehow tamil fonts came up. Tamil fonts are appearing in menu bar. And Files and folders are even named in tamil.
How can i remove tamil language and make EN-US as default?
As I found various bugs, lags and irritating inbuilt ICS, I downgraded my galaxy s2 from ICS to gingerbread 2.3.6.
Now everything is perfect and stable.
But while browsing Tamil sites, there are irregular display of tamil fonts.
Earlier I used galaxy S advance which is gingerbread 2.3.6, having no issues all Indian regional languages s
WHY THIS MOBILE NOT SUPPORT TAMIL FONT?
MY FRIEND USING HTC EXPLORE THAT MOBILE GOT RECENTLY UPDATE "HTC Indic IME" IT'S VERY USEFUL TO BROWSE IN TAMIL LANGUAGE.. TEXT MESSAGES ALSO SUPPORT IN TAMIL LANGUAGE..
I had successfully set the fonts of firefox the way I wanted them to be, yet trying some tweakings I broke them entirely.
Now, the only thing that I can do is clicking whether the webpages will keep their fonts or not. This is the only change I can see about the fonts.
Ubuntu comes with a few fonts, but the list is not really all that exhaustive. Certainly anyone doing any sort of creative work will eventually need to install additional fonts. There are thousands of free fonts available, although you might be mistaken that they are for Windows and MacOS only. This is not the case - installing fonts in Ubuntu is actually quite easy.
I recently changed my system language to Tamil (a language used in India) from English. While I was enjoying Ubuntu in Tamil, my favorite editor vim has run into an issue because of the system language change, it seems.