So it’s been a while since I’ve posted in here, but I’ve been working on a Unity3D based game and I thought it would be a good idea to document it. […]
To get pIqaD to work in Pidgin on Windows you have to do the following (after installing the Windows pIqaD package): Create a file called pango.aliases in c:\program files\pidgin\GTK\etc\pango (32-bit […]
So you have an HP TouchPad and you want to read both Hebrew and Klingon pIqaD, but neither is supported by default on the device. There is a Hebrew font you can download (http://www.palmpreacher.com/?p=3100) and I have pIqaD font that can be installed, but there’s an issue if you want both: They both modify the same font file!