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Persian Numerals

Inserting Persian Numerals while typing in Persian language.

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"Persian Numerals" allows using Persian Numerals while writing in Persian language in Windows OS. If the Persian language is not installed on the system, the program will also provide the ability for the user to type in Persian language by simulating a Persian keyboard layout. Your feedbacks are welcome at

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Persian Numerals Web Site




BSD License


  • Typing Persian numbers while writing
  • Automatic enable or disable according to each window's keyboard layout
  • Defining custom hotkey
  • Displaying an icon in the system tray
  • Typing zero-width non-joiner by pressing Shift + Space
  • Start the program on system startup
  • Portable Persian layout (NEW)


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    Great app! It adds to your keyboard what Microsoft Persian keyboard layout has been missing for a very long time. One Tip: To make it work with .NET‌ Framework 4.0, for example on Windows 10 that does not come pre-installed with older versions of the .NET‌ Framework, create a file named "Persian Numerals.exe.config" next to "Persian Numerals.exe" with the following contents: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <configuration> <startup useLegacyV2RuntimeActivationPolicy="true"> <supportedRuntime version="v4.0"/> </startup> </configuration> Few things I would change in Persian Numerals: - When the program starts on system startup, it should hide directly in the system tray instead of poping up every time the system starts up. - When windows wants to restart Persian Numerals blocks the system because it's asking if you are sure you want to close it? Don't be obtrusive. - Make it work with Windows 10 (above workaround would work)

    Posted 09/17/2016
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Visual Basic .NET



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