Yet Another JAVA based Bangla Word Processor release by Ekushey. Our fresh contributor Rezwan Salam Tanvir developed this Java based Word Processor called T-Bangla Word Processor. It has some nice feature and one should give it a try. This is available from here.
Due to Ankur's effort, Probhat layout comes in-built with any popular linux distribution. People likes to use the same thing on any platform and those users who usages Windows and Linux in parallel, Probhat is a big choice for them.
As Probhat is getting popular day by day, looking at it's popularity Sabuj Kundu developed the web version of this layout, which is inspired by Hasin Hayder's Unijoy and QWERTY Phonetic layout. Web developers now can include this engineering on their site and visitors can easily type Bangla with Probhat layout without using any 3rd party software. For more detail have a look at our Bangla IME for Web project page.
The official Inscript Bangla layout from Microsoft is very very un-friendly. So we tried to ease Bangla typing with that layout and delivering the layout with updated options. Now many of our users demanded for providing Ya (ontostiyo) with a single key-press and we updated that according to user request.
Interested users are requested to un-install the old one, download and install the new one from here...
To Ease Bangla typing with Probhat layout, Ankur decided to made some little changes on the layout. Two days ago they officially released the final version of Probhat layout and we also have updated that as per their new instructions.
Users of Probhat layout are requested to un-install the old one from their computer and install the new one from here...
SolaimanLipi, the most used font in Bangla Computing History. After Rupali, we found some incompatibility with SolaimanLipi font on Windows Vista. We fixed them and now we believe there won't be any problem with any Operating System.
You can download the font from here.
If you still face any problem, please contact with us.