Cannot See Bangla!

How to view Bangla in your desktop

Just Install Unicode Font

Click “Solaimanlipi” to direct download. (You can see more from “Omicronlab“.)

Then install the font into (‘Windows\Fonts’)

How to install the font :
( Click Start -> Click Run… -> Type ‘fonts’ -> Click Open -> Then copy the ‘vrinda’ font and paste it).


In Details (if major problem)

If you do not see Bangla ( Step 1 to 3 )

Step-1 : ( Install Unicode Font )

Click “Solaimanlipi” to direct download. (You can see more from “Ekushey” and “Omicronlab“.) Then install the font into (‘Windows\Fonts’)

How to install the font :
( Click Start -> Click Run… -> Type ‘fonts’ -> Click Open -> Then copy the ‘vrinda’ font and paste it).

Step-2 : ( Setup The Browser )

(for mozilla)  “view->character encoding->unicode (utf8)”
(for IE) “view->encoding->unicode (utf8)”

Step-3 : ( Extra )

If you do not have the Administrator privilege in Windows XP/2000/98/NT systems to install fonts then download the virtual Bangla Font.

Some Operating Systems (Windows 95/98/ME) doesn’t have Unicode support. So, you need a latest browser.


[ If you want to download ‘Mozilla Firefox’, click here ]

If you don’t want to follow above steps then follow these steps :

1. Download BanglaSavvy software (don’t afraid, it’s 223 KB).
2. Install and open ‘BanglaSavvy’ during visit any Bangla website.


Solution for the small fonts problem

If you think the font size is too small, you can use the “text size”/”zoom” feature of your browser to enlarge it. The methods for increasing “text-size” in different browsers are as follows:

* Firefox 2.0: Go to View->Text size->Increase; OR, hold down Control, and press “+”
* Internet Explorer 6: Go to View->Text size->Larger (or, Largest)
* Opera 9: Go to View->Zoom-> (select %); OR, press “+” for a 10% increase.

Read more (if you want) :

Make your system Bangla compatible

Global Voices Online Bangla Version uses Unicode to display Bangla text. You can easily set up Bangla Unicode support in your pc so that you can write in Bangla. Please follow the instructions provided in www.somewhereinblog.net/banglasetting . Or you can also follow these steps (courtesy of Bangla Cricket).

Alternative methods include (if you use Avro, Bijoy or phonetic input system) using a Unicode converter to convert your text to Unicode and post in Global Voices Bangla.

Bangla Wikipedia has a detailed page for Bangla Unicode related resources which includes Mac OS, Gnome or KDE compatibility details.

If any other problems :

* Please, email me –

alinsworld@yahoo.com

or,

alinsworld2010@gmail.com

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