On Thu, 28 Jul 2005, Connie Bobroff wrote:

> What does this do? I mean different than Notepad?
> -Connie

- First, gives you our beloved standard Persian keyboard. So you
can type standard Persian on any computer running IE, Mozilla, or

- Shows the layout for your convenience.

- Makes it easy to convert back and forward between UTF-8 and
HTML entities that is a common operation when dealing with web

I actually have been working on a Persian-enabled htmlArea[1]
system too, but that's far from being done.

[1] http://www.htmlarea.com/  It's actually Free Software, don't
let the front page fool you ;).

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