Opera Mini by default does not display bitmap fonts which results in Tamil and Sinhala fonts not being displayed. However, a small tweak to the settings of Opera Mini can allow you to see both Tamil and Sinhala fonts.

  • First, type a href=”opera:config”>opera:config in the address bar

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  • Now, scroll down until you find “Use bitmap fonts for complex scripts”

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  • Click on the combo box next to it and select “yes”

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  • Save your settings.

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  • Now, you should be able to view Tamil and Sinhala fonts.

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