The <space><delete> sequence removes the ‘t’ from Anjal’s memory. The ‘r’ that follows is treated as a fresh sequence.
Murasu Editor is a simple text editing tool that is bundled as a plug-in to Anjal2000. If you had downloaded and installed Anjal2000 with Plug-Ins (see section on “Downloading Murasu Anjal”), you already have Murasu Editor in your system. Otherwise, you may just download the Plug-Ins and install them in order to get the editor (see Installing Murasu Anjal Plug-Ins section).
To start Murasu Editor, right click on the minimised Murasu Anjal icon in your system tray (figure SU2) and select “Murasu Editor”.
The figure below (ME1) shows the Murasu Editor window:
The editor has the basic features that will help you with your text editing. They include file operations, printing, cut and paste, find and replace font variations,
text justifications and processing features like
It does not provide you advanced word headers and footers, tabulation, indents etc.
For these features, StarOffice.
When Anjal is operating in Lite (i.e. Free) mode, you may only use a single typeface (InaiMathi). However, you may use any of the three popular 8bit encoding: Anjal, TSCII or TAB. You must take note of the font names for these formats. If you are using Anjal encoding, use InaiMathi. TSCII fonts will start with