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Additiionl Languages in FTB.
chetan k
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Hi, 

I’m an Indian. In India similar to our national language Hindi (Already supported by FTB), we have several other languages spoken in different parts of the country like Kannada, Tamil, Guajarati, Etc.

Since I hail from Karnataka, I would love to make use of Kannada as additional language to English. Our state govt has already a software utility for Kannada script (Link provided below). FTB can provide a generic socket for interfacing variety of external languages like Kannada. 

Link:http://www.karnataka.gov.in/kannada.html

http://www.karunadu.gov.in/pages/nudi.aspx

chetan k
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RE: Additiionl Languages in FTB.
chetan k
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chetan k wrote:
Hi,

I am not sure why the reply to the queries are always neglected. " Is it a Cristmas/ New year vacation ?" . Adding to the below suggestion, I would also like to make one more praposal.

Currently the GEDCOM file,  universally used for building family trees have a strange format which is not understandable with the naked eyes. Why cant this be transformed/migrated to XML based structure which is quite easier and easily adaptable. The advantage of this would be that, we can make use readily available parsers to extract informations and do customised operations (What ever it may be).

Wishing you all, a Happy new year 2011.

Thanks and regards

Chetan

Hi, 

I’m an Indian. In India similar to our national language Hindi (Already supported by FTB), we have several other languages spoken in different parts of the country like Kannada, Tamil, Guajarati, Etc.

Since I hail from Karnataka, I would love to make use of Kannada as additional language to English. Our state govt has already a software utility for Kannada script (Link provided below). FTB can provide a generic socket for interfacing variety of external languages like Kannada. 

Link:http://www.karnataka.gov.in/kannada.html

http://www.karunadu.gov.in/pages/nudi.aspx

chetan k
India
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RE: Additiionl Languages in FTB. [2]
Esther Weinberg
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Hi Chetan, 

Thank you for writing to us.

1) thank you for the suggestion for the additional language. I will pass it on to the appropriate department for consideration.

2) Gedcom files are the standard file type in genealogy today, and this is why  we use them. If you open a Gedcom file in notepad, then you will see the information is very straightforward, and actually not difficult to follow. 

Best Regards, Esther / MyHeritage Team 

Esther Weinberg
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RE: Additiionl Languages in FTB. [3]
chetan k
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Hi,

I have downloaded FTB 5.1. Do you have any updates for point number 1. If yes, please le tme know how can I use this feature.

Thanks in advance,

Chetan

chetan k
India
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