Prezi does not support Vietnamese?

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Prezi seems like not support Vietnamese language? It's not possible to type Vietnamese in prezi canvas...
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Hi, we do not support Vietnamese right now. We are open however to learn more about our community in Vietnam, and see what you guys need!
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Well, basically we just need to be able to type Vietnamese in prezi canvas.
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I see. How popular is prezi in Vietnam?
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Hm, most of prezi users in Vietnam are universities' students and lecturers since only at that level of study in Vietnam should students need to do presentations.

I would say that not that many Vietnamese use prezi at the moment but I believe the number would be greatly increased if Vietnamese language is supported.
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Hi, thanks for the feedback. I cannot promise anything rght now about this, but for sure we'd need nice freeware font sets (.ttf files) for head, body and text. We'd also need people who could probably test the result... I repeat, I cannot promise anything, but if there were many students requesting it, that could make the process start.
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Hi, Thanks for your reply. For the font sets, there are many free and nice ones available on Vietnamese electronic news website. For examples, http://www.echip.com.vn/echiproot/web... - the most famous one and it's in Vietnamese unfortunately.

For people who could test the result, you may ask for volunteer coming from Vietnamese educational prezi users.

I'm sure there will be soon a huge number of students have a need for this feature and request it. :)
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I'm one of the prezi fan in Vietnam and I'm pretty sure about the bright future on Prize in Vietnam.

Currently I'm studying in RMIT Vietnam University and I've been using prezi for every of my presentations, they were all very impressive, everyone ask me about the tool and many of my friends start learning to use it.

Hope Prezi support Vietnamese soon.
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Hi, thanks! Please let me know if we can help Vietnamese prezi users to spread the word!
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I also would like to use Vietnamese with prezi, and most Unicode fonts support the Vietnamese character set. I'm not sure how the licensing of fonts work within prezi, but Unicode fonts available in browsers are usually sufficient. I'd like to keep updated on this progress.

I would use this in the US for bilingual community and church presentations. I'm sure many others would like to as well.
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I would also like to have Vietnamese in Prezi. Prezi is very nice, but I cannot use it for my presentation in Vietnamese :(
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Hi guys,
I'm a Vietnam studies lecturer at the Australian National University. I'd love to use prezi with Vietnamese fonts too! So would many in the 2 million + Vietnamese diaspora around the world, in addition to the 85m in Vietnam.
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Please support Vietnamese please, We need this !!!
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darkangel762

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Support Vietnamese please :(
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dddonkeyman

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I am a Southeast Asianist who specializes in the Vietnamese culture. I love Prezi. Please support the Vietnamese language.
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svic4ever

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Me too. Maybe prezi just need to support UTF-8 input. That's enough. I want to use prezi with my presentations in university.

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