Make-Your-Pc-Bangla-Compatible

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Make Your PC Bangla Compatible

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islamhousebd.wordpress.com uses unicode to display bangla text. If you are using Windows Vista or later version, the contents of this site are compatible with the system fonts you already have in you computer.

For Windows XP or earlier version, you will need to follow this guide to set up Bangla Unicode support in just 2 steps. It’s a matter of few seconds to install the font by following the given instructions.

This is a one time installation enabling you to view and use not only islamhousebd.wordpress.com, but also Bangla Documents (e.g MS Word, PDF files) and hundreds of other websites using the powerful and popular unicode system.

In Windows XP (all versions)

1. Add unicode language support to your system:

After a restart we hope, you will have no more problems with Bengali fonts.

2). Add Bangla Fonts to your System:

2) Download the complete bangla font and copy and paste it to your system’s ‘c:\windows\fonts’ directory. You can find this directory by two simple ways:

Start > Run > type “fonts” and click OK

Start > Control Panel > Fonts

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In Windows 2000

1. Add Unicode Language Support to Your System:

a) Go to Control Panel, and then regional options

b) In the General Tab, see the language settings for the System

c) Select indic from the list. click ok.

2). Add Bangla Fonts to your System:

Download the complete bangla font and copy and paste it to your system’s ‘c:\winnt\fonts’directory.

In Windows 2003

1. Add unicode language support to your system:

a) Go to Control Panel, regional and Language Options

b) in the language tab, select install files for complex script and right-to-left languages (including thai)

c) CLick Ok.

2). Add Bangla Fonts to your System:

Download the complete bangla font and copy and paste it to your system’s ‘c:\winnt\fonts’directory.

In Windows Vista

1. Add Unicode Language Support to your System:

not required!

2. Add Bangla fonts to your System:

2) Download the complete bangla font and copy to ‘c:\windows\fonts’. You can find the tutorial above!

In mac OS X

1. Add Unicode Language Support to your System:

No Required!

2. Add Bangla fonts to your System:

Download the bangla font and install it using their instriction.

Font Download:
Click Here to download the Unicode Bangla fonts for Mac. All available fonts are packed in a single font installation file.

Due to a bug in the rendering system of Mac OS X 10.6 these fonts are incompatible with 10.6. Please download 10.6 compatible fonts fromonkur website.

Keyboard Layout Download:To download the Unicode Bangla keyboards for Mac, click here. All available keyboard layouts are packed in a single font installation file.

If you are looking for Phonetic keyboard for Mac , you can download Bangla-onkur from onkur website   Extras Download:Click here to get the Extra. Currently the extras include only a font collection file. After installation of Unicode Bangla fonts, copy the collection file to~/Library/FontCollections folder. See Help section for more detail.

Click Here to download the conjunct (Juktakkhor) typing guide.

Browser Configuration (optional)

adjust language settings in firefox, internet explorer and opera

Note: This section is optional if you want to skip browser’s ability to detect bangla in websites and apply a default bangla font.

In this part you will be properly setup your browser: firefox, internet explorer or opera, for proper bangla support.

Bangla Setup on Firefox Version 1.5

  1. from menu click on tools and select options
  2. from this window click on contents
  3. click on advanced button for fonts & colors
  4. click on the drop down list for option fonts for. select bengali from this list
  5. complete all the option fields as show in the following image and then click on ok.

Click ok again to complete your setup.

This completes your setup for firefox.

Bangla setup on Internet Explorer:

  1. from menu click on tools and select internet options
  2. from this window click on fonts
  3. click on the drop down list for language scripts
  4. select bengali from this drop down list (you may have to scroll up to locate it)
  5. select likhan for web page font. then click ok and ok again.

This completes your setup for Internet Explorer.

Bangla setup on Opera Version 9.10

  1. from menu click on tools and select preferences
  2. click on advanced tab, fonts from left menu and click international fonts
  3. choose writing system ‘bengali’ from drop-down list
  4. select likhan for normal font. click ok until you exit from preferences

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