Getting & Installing Sanskrit fonts

(2) Decompressing the fonts (Macintosh)

What happens when you have downloaded the file depends upon which type of operating system you have, and what version it is. There are 3 fonts in the compressed file. There is one Sanskrit2003.ttf file to show the Sanskrit; and there are also GentiumPlus-R.ttf and GentiumPlus-I.ttf to show all transliterated text.

The more modern versions of the Macintosh OS should automatically decompress the .'sit' file for you into a folder, and then show you the fonts inside. If this is so then please now go to Step 3, "Installing the fonts".

If the file does not decompress automatically, then use the Finder to locate it. Then try double-clicking it to extract the fonts into their respective folders. Note where they are extracted to so that you can install them on the next step. This is most likely to be the "System" folder. Please now go to Step 3, "Installing the fonts".

If for some reason you still cannot decompress the files, then please try going to http://www.winzip.com or else to http://www.aladdinsystems.com where you will be able to find a decompression utility. It will help you decompress/unzip the fonts. Now unzip the files.
When done, please go to Step 3, "Installing the fonts".

Fonts for Windows:
(0) Information (1) Download | (2) Decompress | (3) Install | (4) Test font | (5) Select browser

Fonts for Macintosh:
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