Bangla Help

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[b][color=#BF0000]Bangla Help From Amader Projukti Team[/color][/b]

Hello Viewer, welcome to Amader Projukti Bangla Help Page. is a Bangla Unicode(utf-8) compatible website designed to give ultimate user experience. Even if you can't see Amader Projukti properly or you don't have Bangla keyboard installed don't be worried, we are here to guide you through so that you can view Bangla website & write in Bangla.

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[b][color=#BF0000]Is your system Unicode Supported??[/color][/b]

[b][color=#800000]Unicode Supported Systems:[/color][/b]

If you are running Windows Vista or Gnome (2.8 or higher) based Linux Distro or KDE (3.0.3 or higher) based Linux Distro congratulation you don't need any tweak to view Unicode supported sites since these systems are already Unicode supported.

[b][color=#800000]Systems that would need some configuration:[/color][/b]

But you say you are user of Windows XP or Mac OS X? No worry you just need a little bit (ok I confess "a bit") of configuration to properly view the site. Just few 'click' 'click' you will be ready to go.

[b][color=#BF0000]Unicode Setup in Windows XP & Mac OS X[/color][/b]

[b][color=#800000]Windows XP:[/color][/b]

To view Bengali you need to install Windows complex script to view complex Asian characters like Bengali. To install complex script Go to Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Language, and check the "Install files for complex scripts and right-to-left languages" option. You will need your Windows XP SP2 installer CD to install these new files. You can also download the complex script from [url=]here[/url].

[color=#800000][b]Mac OS X:[/b][/color]

Unicode support is built into Mac OS X. You need to download and install Bangla unicode supported fonts with Apple Advance Typography (AAT) to enable it. You can download some of them from [url=]Ekushey.Org[/url]. To view unicode Bangla web pages use Safari as your browser. Currently Firefox/Mozilla/Camino do not support AAT. As a result you will not see Bangla properly on those browsers. To input Bangla you have to download unicode Bangla keyboard layouts. You can download some of the layouts from [url=]Ekushey.Org[/url].

[b][color=#BF0000]Unicode Fonts[/color][/b]


We recommend user to install Nikosh2010 (Bengali Unicode Font) for optimized viewing experience. [url=]Download Nikosh2010 from here[/url] for latest version. It contains both Normal and Bold version. Nikosh2010 is developed by [url=]Bangladesh Election Comission[/url] under [url=]Nikosh project 2010[/url]. We will update more information about it later.

[b][color=#800000]Few other fonts:[/color][/b]

However if you prefer some other Bangla Font you can find them at [url=]link1[/url],[url=]link1[/url],[url=]link3[/url].

[b][color=#BF0000]Browser Story[/color][/b]

[b][color=#800000]Unicode Supported Browsers:[/color][/b]

We would recommend you to use following Unicode supported web browser: [url=]Firefox[/url] (3 or higher). On Linux you can use Iceweasel.

[b][color=#BF0000]Setup Browser for Unicode[/color][/b]

[color=#800000][b]For Internet Explorer:[/b][/color]

Go to Tools > Internet Options. Click on the Fonts button. Then select Language Script: Bengali, Webpage font: BNG. Click Ok.Go to your browser's "view" menu and set the "character encoding" or "encoding" feature to: Unicode (UTF-8).

[color=#800000][b]For Opera:[/b][/color]

Go to Tools > Prefereces > Advanced tab > Fonts>International fonts>choose Bengali from drop down list. Select Bengali font of your choice. In most of the cases,opera automatically detects your support for unicode onece you have it in operating systems and installed fonts. Go to your browser's "view" menu and set the "character encoding" or "encoding" feature to: Unicode (UTF-8).


If you face any problem with updated version of any browser then please contact to site admin or post about your problem in the forum.

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[b][color=#BF0000]Bangla Keyboard[/color][/b]

So lets get back to how you can write Bangla right? There is two way, online web based keyboard or desktop keyboard.

[color=#800000][b]Web Based:[/b][/color]

In our site we used free web based java script [url=]Phonetic[/url], [url=]Probhat[/url] and [url=]Unijoy[/url] keyboard layouts to write unicode bangla.Phonetic and Unijoy scripts are developed by [url=]Hasin Hayder[/url].We think that these two scripts are milestones in web based bangla computing.We like to thanks to this great phpexpert from [url=]Amaderprojukti Team[/url] for free distribution of these scripts. Following these scripts [url=]Sabuj Kundu[/url] of Amaderprojukti Team developed the Probhat script. All scripts are open source projects(:D) of [url=][/url].

If you wish to write Bangla anywhere online (not only in this site) then you can use [url=]somewhereinblog keyboard[/url] or for few layout option try [url=]TrivuZ notepad[/url].

[color=#800000][b]Desktop keyboard:[/b][/color]

Avro by [url=]omicronlab[/url]: [url=]avro[/url] and [url=]avro portabale[/url].

Avro manual is here in pdf format.

On most Linux Distro you have probhat layout built-in to use on your desktop (as well as online).

To use probhat keyboard on windows get instruction from [url=]here[/url].

[color=#800000][b]Addons and plugins:[/b][/color]

Firefox addons by Shabdik: [url=]Download[/url].


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