Sybil Fawlty 4 years ago • updated by Sujato Bhikkhu 4 years ago 1

You may want to consider using buttons with the name of the laguage written in the native script instead of what is used here - ie. using a single letter of the alphabet of the language. I personally had no problem with the way it is presented but it may not be that obvious for a person who does not use the computers as much as I do.

Hi Sybil,

Thanks for the feedback. Using the whole name of the language would take up quite a bit of space, though. I'll bear it in mind, but unless we get more feedback I don't think this is something we need to address. (Incidentally, the syllable chosen has it's own symbolic importance, which comes across better in the non-Latin scripts. "Ka" is the first aksara (or "element", i.e syallable) in Indic scripts.)