Why my android studio doesn't support typing tamil language?

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I am new to android studio. I am trying to create an application with localisation(Tamil). When I paste my Tamil language into android editor the font is not appearing as it should. Here is the Screen shot of my android studio

Already surfed lot here. There is no answer for this issue. It would be great if anyone help on this.

When i tried to generate that same condition I came to know that you haven't added that string named "app" in your default locale i.e. in strings.xml and you are directly trying to add a translation for it.

When u hover to that error it states:

app is transalted here but not found in default locale.

First add(create) that string in your strings.xml file and then try to add it in your strings.xml (tamil) file.

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Follow these steps:

  1. First go to your project's res folder --> then open values folder --> then open "strings.xml" file and remove all text inside it and paste the text shown below:

    <resources>
        <string name="app_name">My Application</string>
        <string name="tamil_app_name">ஆங்கில தட்டச்சு வழியாக நம் மொழி</string>
    </resources> 
    

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Because you have to create a Tamil language string file to set your language. please do the following steps-: 1) Firstly declare all the strings in main strings.xml 2) Then create the string file according to your language choice, Example strings.xml(ta) 3) (ta) is the language code accordingly. 4) The Strings that you have in your main string file convert them into particular language which you want then paste it into the new created String file.

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Comments
  • Check this: stackoverflow.com/questions/10943811/…
  • What is the error when you hover name="app" in Android Studio?
  • @StefanTo that error is actually main strings file don't have exact translatable word. That wont be the issue.. Thanks!
  • Did your problem solved?
  • Does this answer your question? how to set custom locale for indian regional languages in android emulator
  • Actually i m trying to paste the tamil strings into my android studio's (values-ta/strings.xml) ஆங்கில தட்டச்சு வழியாக நம் மொழி this is the actual tamil string i want to paste in to my android studio, i tried another Macbook pro its showing correctly, but in my Macbook its showing differently like this [i.imgur.com/qTwBFfV.png]
  • yes u r correct what i am saying is first add a english translation for it in your values/strings.xml file .
  • Its already added. please kindly understand my issue, for me the main issue is i m not able to paste the Tamil words in to my android studio which i mentioned above.
  • pls edit your code to show the strings.xml default file where u hv added that already!
  • Here is the default strings.xml file. Please Ref the screenshot [i.imgur.com/kGpDeFm.png]
  • Thanks for your reply - After pasting your code in my android studio the Tamil words dint looks correct, the words looks different. Here is my screenshot [i.imgur.com/MGMc18A.png]