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Bangla Unicode Font Rupali Updated!!!

Hello Ekushey Users,
Recently we discovered some technology and found them really useful. We tried a lot to make a font looks better. But there is always some lacking with technology.

This time we found some good way to render a font with better Look & Feel. You can download and check the new Rupali font and then you’ll understand what we are saying.

Bangla web site developers can use this font with font embedding technology and use it on their website. This font will present a clear text output on the web and daily desktop usages.

Download the font from here.

First Bangladeshi Government site in Unicode!

Bangladesh Government is too lazy to make their site well enough to read. Many of them are too old and many of them have no knowledge of latest technology. But we are happy to let you know that recently Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board are using Unicode Bangla for their site. Not only Unicode Bangla, but also Ekushey solutions. They are encouraging people to use SolaimanLipi font.

ThankYou! BTTB for understanding the future of Bangla Computing!

Ekushey Unicode Bangla solutions for Mac OS X Released

It’s being a pleasure for us to introduce Mac OS X with Unicode Based Bangla solutions. Mac used had many Bangla typing solutions before. But as you know typing and computing is not same thing. We are pioneer for Windows, Linux Unicode Bangla typing and computing solutions as well and now we released them for OS X.

We think Bangla speaking people around the world who like to see their language on a Mac PC, this is the perfect universal solution. It would be helpful to them also who are afraid of a Mac PC because they afraid they cannot use their language on a Mac and never looked for it. Now we think we’ve changed the whole vision and anyone us free to use Bangla language anywhere.

Be with us, because your company is only what we need.!

Somewherein… Blog is using Ekushey font

The most popular blogging craze of Bangladesh Somewherein Blog is using Ekushey’s Rupali font.

From a long time Ekushey developers ware pinging Somewherein developers for presenting the Blog in Unicode. Now they made a hybrid system so that users can decide which version they want to use. Thanks for the understanding and thanks for adopting Ekushey solution.

Rupali font is updated with high quality glyphs!

Our Designer + Open Type font developer made Rupali 4 years ago. It was unique of it’s kind. But more quality demand came from the users time to time and we felt we should deliver our best to the community.

So here we come with our best (so far) solution and Rupali is now decorated with High Quality glyphs. Still the font is not hinted, cause we don’t feel we should spend so much time behind hinting and make the font look good in small point of size. If you cannot see the font clearly in smaller sizes, it’s Microsoft’s fault not our’s. The same font looks great in Linux. So.... :)

Also there is a big change in the licensing. We ware using GPL public license for distributing fonts. But the GPL license for font is controversial. So we decided to use something better and not GPL also not controversial. So from now on all fonts will be released under OFL. Open Font License. You can learn more about OFL from here.

You can download the newer version from here.

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