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Recently we migrated open journal server to 2.3 version / centos 6.3 and finding tamil font support is missing. Please let us know if anyone have installed tamil font support.
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Could you describe the trouble you're having in more detail? Fonts are only relevant to the browser, i.e. the fonts need to be installed on the user's computer, not the server; on the other hand, locale information does need to be installed on the server (e.g. for date formatting) and the server must support UTF-8. If you can provide more information, possibly including screenshots, I can give more detail on what part of the required support is missing.
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