Here is a bug-free version 31-08-2008 of Bhasha software. Try this out, and get back to me with your bug-reports/suggestions/criticism.
If you do not have jre, it can be downloaded from here...
You can generate HTML files and JPEG files using this. Here is a screen-shot
This above image is showing how it should look if you have correctly installed JRE and SolaimanLipi. If you see only squares on the labels instead of Bangla fonts, it means you have not installed SolaimanLipi.
Steps To Use:
2. To change the key-mappings, select Settings->Customise Keyboard from the main menu.
3. You start just by double-clicking on the Bhasha.jar file if you are on Windows. For Linux you start by typing: JRE_HOME/bin/java -jar Bhasha.jar @ the command prompt. You must be at the directory where you have placed the Bhasha.jar file.
2. RTF file cannot be opened in Bhasha for re-editing like HTML/XML files.
3. Space is missing between two words having diffrent styles when saved in RTF format.
Only those HTML files which have been generated by Bhasha can be opened in it for editing. Trying to edit HTMLs from other sources may not work.
Please note that in slower machines, it takes about 5-10 secs to start up. The labels/clock are displayed in Bangla by default, you can change that by clicking 'Settings' and selecting the language in the Menu-Bar. HTML and JPEG files can be generated out of whatever you type by clicking on the 'HTML', 'JPEG' buttons. Though the HTML file will be an exact replica of whatever you type, the JPEG file does not support paragraphs/new-line character as yet, this facility will be provided shortly, please bear-up.