Tag Archive for 'bengali'
The Siyam Rupali font developed under the Avro Free Bangla Font Project is the best Bengali font I have seen. There is really a dearth of good Bangla font. The ‘matras’ of Bengali letters make the fonts look very small thus compromising readability. Siyam Rupali font, a modified version of Rupali Bangla font with hinting […]
Omi Azad (www.ekushey.org) has stolen Bangla fonts made by Microsoft and is distributing that with design credits! It is really a shame that they have resorted to this kind of unscrupulous and fraudulent activity. I cant help wondering how can people be so imbecile? What a waste of time and energy! They take things for […]
Thanks to Avro, the numero uno Bengali input software, working with MS Word in Bangla is just child’s play. No more issues e.g. no spell-check errors, seamless transition from English mode to Bangla mode at the press of a key (F12) or a single click.
If you are using Notepad, the notepad file has to be […]
Yes you can name files in Bangla on your Windows. Avro, the highly popular software already clocking 100,000 downloads, makes it easier for you. This has been made possible by the following-
Windows 2000 and later versions provide support for Unicode.
It is possible to write English and Bangla using a single font, thanks to Unicode […]
Is it possible to read or write Bengali on these operating systems?
Since these Windows editions don’t have support for Unicode, you won’t be able to use Avro with them. However, there are some primitive ASCII based softwares that will let you do so, but that you can use only for printing purposes in your own […]