I am having some issues with the localized (locl) feature for Devanagari. It doesn't seems to work properly in my case. I remember Dan Reynolds asking for a similar help long back but that was to do with the spacing I guess.
Okay, I have two sets of punctuation marks for both Latin and Devanagari, and only the Latin punctuation marks has unicode assigned to them. I have created a "locl" feature using VOLT for Devanagari so that it takes the appropriate punctuation marks when Hindi is typed.
Now the issues I am facing is:
When I type "comma" or "period" while in Devanagari mode, it doesn't get replaced with the "dev_comma" or "dev_period". And because of that, the application thinks that I have switched to Latin and it converts all Devanagari marks to the Latin marks which is typed after comma or period.
Has anyone encountered this issue before? If so, is there a way I can get rid of this? Hello John? Dan?
Here is an image, just to show you what I meant: