We often use Nepali Unicode in Adobe Photoshop but it doesn’t show as we expected, so we are forced to use non-universal fonts such as “Preeti”. But not anymore, I present here the solution for that.
*This fix applies to Adobe Photoshop version CS3 and above.
By default Photoshop cannot render Unicode characters properly as shown below.
2. Select “Middle eastern and South Asian” in text engine options and click Ok for it to apply.
By default, new text engine options only apply in newly created documents afterwards.
This article/tutorial is written by Arun Poudel, ICTV Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City. For feedback and queries, please comment on the article below.
Last Update: August 1, 2017