Zawgyi in Chrome, Window 8

I found Zawgyi didn’t work well in Chrome, Window 8. It seems font rendering conflicts. It can solve with Chrome custom style sheets. The following steps will solve this.

For those who didn’t have Zawgyi Keyboard, https://www.dropbox.com/s/dz50rsc5hyjt3ou/zawgyi-keyboard-layout-l.zip

1. First of all, we have to change file hidden in the Chrome app directory structure

C:\user_dir\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\User StyleSheets\Custom.css

In my file structure,

 

Custom.css Chrome location2. Open “Custome.css” and Past the following code to that file.

* , html, body, div,p {font-family:Zawgyi-One !important;}

3. Then save that file and it is supposed to be worked.

Ref : http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/how-can-i-use-the-burmese-font-on-facebook/

 

Links to install zawgyi font and keyboard without root

Finally, I have to setup zawgyi font and keyboard in android phone myself. In my earlier time, my friends’d done that for me. Thanks to them. 😀

Well, the following is the useful link that you can install zawgyi font and keyboard. I’d successfully done in my Samsung Ace 2. I hope it will be ok for you too. Try that.

Zawgyi One TTF v2.0

–  http://slideme.org/application/zawgyi-one-ttf

Or

Use Zawgyi-One Flipfont if you using galaxy devicesIt has 8 font pack Zawgyi-One
It means you can choose font that you want. I like “Myanmar + Iphone” font from this.

Installation instruction — Setting > Display > Font Style > Zawgyi One TTF

Then you still need to install Myanmar Keyboard to type after font installation, choose one of the following as you like Continue reading