New Wiki page: Zawgyi vs Unicode in Myanmar

Dear CommCare users,

As CommCare gets traction in Myanmar, the question of the font used to display
Burmese and ethnic characters is more and more raised. The situation is confusing
and the reasons for this confusion are far from obvious to many non tech-savvy
users.

A new page on the Wiki has been started to hopefully help to clarify the situation
and gather experience and good practices on this font issue.

https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Myanmar:
+Android+Zawgyi+and+Unicode

The page in currently under the Home > Phone Management section.

I’ll be happy to modify the page according to your suggestions.

Many thanks,

··· -- Charles Flèche mHealth Advisor Télécoms Sans Frontières http://www.tsfi.org Première Urgence - Aide Médicale Internationale http://www.pu-ami.org

Great resource … the next time the complex tangle of issues around
myanmar fonts comes up, I’ll be extremely glad to know where to get
oriented…

Thanks so much Charles- this is really thorough, and I appreciate you
building out this page which should definitely save people time, effort,
and frustration in the future!

Jeremy

··· On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 11:20 PM, Eric Stephan wrote:

Great resource … the next time the complex tangle of issues around
myanmar fonts comes up, I’ll be extremely glad to know where to get
oriented…


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