Google now offers Indic Transliteration service on Orkut too. Scraps for your friends can now be typed in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kananda and Hindi. That’s cool!
Using this option provided in scrapbook, you can convert Roman characters that you type in to the corresponding Indic characters in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu and Hindi. You just type the Indic word phonetically in English script and have them automatically transliterated by Google and appear in their correct alphabet. No need to learn any keyboard mapping for the Indic language. So simple that everyone will love it!
Transliteration is now enabled by default for all users from India. It is also enabled if you have mentioned India as your country in your profile. It can also be enabled by listing any of Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam in the languages i speak section.
More at Orkut help.
A new feature I would like to have in Orkut transliteration is, the use being able set his preferred Indic language in the drop down. For example, I am a Malayalam user. On pressing CTRL+G, I should be able start typing in Malayalam, rather than clicking on the checkbox to enable the dropdown and then select Malayalam down there from the list. Keep it simple.
hey i wanted to write my scraps in telugu how can i do that
if you want better than email connection
nice post….thanks a lot
i need scrabs and lettering to decorate in telugu language
haiii………..i want malayalam orkut……..
i have need script of conversion of english to hindi in orkut pls send
How to type in tamil in Orkut Beta…?
helo,i want be write in malayalam my orkut profile.have any option?
wow .. i didn’t know that orkut can scraps in tamil … good job on the part of google for promoting india’s traffic … so far not in facebook yet
Did you know there is a firefox plugin where you can write scraps, emails and even comments in any language?
I would like to know how to convert Tamil to English.
hello.i want google put adsence & malayalam scraps in my website……
pleas help me……
We get malayalam orkut scraps from http://www.ckalari.com