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How to make the Indian words to show in Photoshop file as one layer

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¿¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿   - I need this sentence to show in Photoshop file.

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I always get square box when paste it as text layer in Photoshop...Any advice to overcome this?  Thanks.     the text
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by:Brian Gee
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Do you have this font installed on your computer? If not, do so and then Photoshop can use it in your text layer accordingly.
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Very likely the problem is not with Photoshop, but that the computer that you are working on is not set up to handle hindi.

If you are on a PC, you might find this link helpful.
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I've made it transparent layer does that help you
test it in internet explorer
hindy-transparent-layer.png
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intriging colour now that I posted it
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Well I used Paintshop pro does that matter since I offered the transparent  as is
similar to photo shop anyway.
I  imported the indy language and added it as a transparent layer
r/clicking this image with the eye dropper
then click on the colors tab, then go down to Set Palette Transparency
then Set the transparency value to the current background color option, and then clicked OK
hense that silly colour in the backgroung I missed that
and then just saved it as a gif
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If he can use it as is
here it is again with a transparent layer hopefully this time.
I can't test it till I upload it.
Just offering some assistance but he can do this in photoshop
here's how to and it looks the same principal as PSP 7
http://www.mediacollege.com/adobe/photoshop/transparent/background.html
indian-gif.gif
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Thank you for so many response.  I greatly appreciate.  I caught an infection and has been very sick the past few days.  My friend helped me to create the font using html (to get the look we need) and cut it out to use a graphic (one layer) in Photoshop last Saturday.

I am still not feeling well now and will review the comments and respond accordingly.  Please give me a day or two.  Again, thank you so much for the advice.
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Winter is over here in Australia cgmk89
hope you feel better soon, please don't forget to come back
Best wishes
Merete
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Thanks.  I tried your suggestion Merete.  It will work.  I appreciate that.

As mentioned, we used html to get the look and background we want, and paste it back to Photoshop.  See attached for the look.  (It is part of a brochure).   The sentence "Welcome to Michigan".
If anyone can suggest a font type and work as a text layer, please feel free to post here.  I am still interested to know if any "direct" method the language will work in Photoshop.
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Hi
because it is image we are not actually working with fonts.
Just download some Hindi or Indian, which ever language  font and install it. Then start photoshop and select this font in font selection tab
maybe this can help.
Adobe Photoshop CS5.1 Extended 12.1.0 Extras Languages | 1.59 GB
 http://indiancinezone.com/index.php?/topic/3414-adobe-photoshop-cs51-extended-1210-extras-languages/
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Thank you for the link and advice, Merete.  I appreciate that.
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