Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool Graduates from Beta

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool is out of beta and is now a full-fledged release. We thank all of you for the valuable feedback you have provided us to help improve the features, quality and performance of the product. Please download the latest version of ILIT for…

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Support for Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya and Punjabi added

We are happy to announce that the Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool (ILIT) is now available for Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya and Punjabi. Gujarati, Marathi and Punjabi versions of the tool are available for XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. Oriya is available for Vista and Windows 7. In addition to quality and performance improvements,…

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Add Indic Language Input to Your Website for Free

We’re happy to announce that beginning today, for the benefit of website owners and bloggers, it is possible (and extremely easy) to embed the Web version of Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool on your own website or blog. This facilitates easy search, form-filling and discussions in your language on your site by anyone who visits…

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Rich Text Input Support for More Browsers

When we first released the Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool Beta, the Web version had full support (i.e. plain text as well as rich text input fields) for Microsoft Internet Explorer and partial support (i.e. plain text only) for Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome and Opera. We have now added Rich Text Input support for Mozilla Firefox,…

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Language Switching

You may often find the need to intersperse English words with Indic Language text or otherwise quickly switch languages momentarily in an application (such as if you want to save a document you’ve been working on with an English filename). In the Desktop version of Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool, this is made easy by…

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