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[quote=disrupted] yeah looks like a possible gecko bug.. i tried encoding with thai .closest thing in appearance or rendering to tamil.. but both firefox and kmeleon have the same problem in rendering.. ie works fine kmeleon [img]http://kmeleon.holaservers.com/disrupted/maybethai.jpg[/img] ie [img]http://kmeleon.holaservers.com/disrupted/thaiie.jpg[/img] firefox [img]http://kmeleon.holaservers.com/disrupted/thaifox.jpg[/img] http://support.mozilla.com/tiki-view_forum_thread.php?locale=ca&forumId=1&comments_parentId=316542 http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=156993&start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a and that padma extension is bollocks by the way.. i installed it to fireshit and nothing changed.. there also might be an issue of that specific site not being standard when it comes to fonts..perhaps written with microsoft office or frontpage etc.. because it's very odd..the font is rendered in ie using western(iso).. typically it should use some sort of unicode utf if you notice the bbc tamil page, it renders using unicode and the font is displayed correctly [img]http://kmeleon.holaservers.com/disrupted/bbctamil.jpg[/img] i'd like to research this more...do you have any more websites having same tamil render problems? this reminds me of a very old problem with armenian sites but it was the other way round.. back then, netscrape had better support for armenian remdering and ie had problems displaying them as they should.[/quote]
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