I had taken the following steps with Ubuntu-12 and it had worked perfect. But on a new laptop, I installed Ubuntu-14 and I am not getting access to iTrans conformant typing or transliteration scheme for the Sanskrit language. Ubuntu-14 gives me access to Hindi language's Bolnagri and Wx schemes and Sanskrit language's KaGaPa Phonetic, but these schemes are new to me; and I know for fact that 15-20 years ago iTrans conformant typing was the norm and it was available with Ubuntu-12. So why this new change, which is perhaps not for the better? How can I add to Ubuntu-14 what was the default for Sanskrit Lang under Ubuntu-12?
System Settings > Language Support > Install/Remove Languages
I added Sanskrit and Hindi at the step above.
Then I checked under : Text Entry Settings > Input Sources To Use > AND I only see options like KaGaPa Phonetic, Bolnagari et al. I would like my ubuntu-12 setting back. I do not remember the technical name for that transliteration scheme for Sanskrit Lang typing support to Dev-nagari script.
Please advise. I hope this is the correct place where to ask for this help.