Tutorial 1: Using Unicode encoding (click here for tutorial in Tamil)
     
  This tutorial will demonstrate how to input Tamil in Unicode-enabled application using Kural Tamil Software. Also we assume that your system is configured to use Unicode. If not, please refer the Kural Manual section How to configure Unicode for details.  
 
 
 
 
   
Bring up the Kural main panel by double clicking Ku icon on your system tray. In case Kural Software is not running on your system, you can double click on Kural 4.0 icon from your desktop
Click on Kural setup button and set the following:
 

Encoding : UNICODE

 

Toggle Key : Alt + k

 

Keyboard : Phonetic

Click on Restart Kural button after the above changes.
Click on Kavithai Word Processor launch button. This will launch Kavithai word processor.
In Kavithai word processor select UniKural as the font.
Type in kuRaL . Now you should see "குறள்"in Tamil.
  Note : To toggle between Tamil and English, press Alt + k (holding ALT key, press "k")
   
 
  Tutorial 2: Using non-unicode encoding
       
  This tutorial will demonstrate how to input Tamil in any application using Kural Tamil Software.  
 
 
 
 
   
Bring up the Kural main panel by double clicking Ku icon on your system tray. In case Kural Software is not running on your system, you can double click on Kural 4.0 icon from your desktop
Click on Kural setup button and set the following:
 

Encoding : TSC

 

Toggle Key : Alt + k

 

Keyboard : Phonetic

Click on Restart Kural button after the above changes.
Click on Kavithai Word Processor launch button. This will launch Kavithai word processor.
In Kavithai word processor select TSCKural as the font.
Type in kuRaL . Now you should see "குறள்"in Tamil.
  Note : To toggle between Tamil and English, press Alt + k (holding ALT key, press "k")
   

 

 
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