Unicode is an international encoding standard used with regional and different international local languages. Unicode assigns a unique digit to every character which is further uniquely recognized by the computers and smartphones.
Nowadays, Unicode is being used on web-applications, websites, smartphones, online translations, social-media websites, and indifferent software and apps. Though the Unicode is not new to this world, when it comes to handling Unicode in newly adopted languages which include Hindi also known as Kurti Dev and Devanagari there are many bugs and problems that have to be truckled. Many people face problems in copying and pasting the text in local-regional language written in Unicode as it changes the whole format to an unexpected one making it look truly different from the original text. You must have noticed a similar problem with Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Paint, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Presentations.
Here we have found the solution to resolve your problem in copying the Hindi text i.e. Kurti Dev written in Unicode that you may have copied from Google translator or any other website using Hindi-Unicode.
You can translate the Hindi Unicode into the Kurti Dev and can easily copy-paste it to any software including Photoshop, MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Before you begin the translation make sure to download the Kurti Dev font and install it in your operating system. To download and install the Kurti Dev font :
- First Download the Kurti Dev font from fonts.webtoolhub.com/font-n17979-kruti-dev-010.aspx
- Copy paste the fonts into C:\Windows\Fonts
- Reboot your computer — this will load the installed font into all software that you have installed.
Now, translating Hindi Unicode into Kurti Dev font :