First of all check that whether you can read Bangla Fonts with your Google Chrome. Just try to read the following boxed sentenced.
সুখ নাইরে পাগল… কী আছে দুনিয়ায়!
If you can’t read then you surely need to carry out the following instruction guide. By the way this guide is for “Windows XP Service Pack 2″. So make sure you are using that. I’ve not tried whether it works in SP1 or Vista. But as the release dates of Windows XP and Windows 2003 is almost same, it should work in Windows 2003 server. And for Vista it should work automatically.
- Step 01:
Download the latest version of Chrome.
- Step 02:
- Step 03:
Download the file for complex scripts and install it. After installing the file, go to Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Language, and check the Install files for complex scripts and right-to-left languages option. Click Ok.
- Step 04:
Go to the menu bar of your browser for Customize and Control Google Chrome -> Options .
- Step 05:
Go to Minor Tweaks tab. Then click Change font and language setting.
- Step 06:
Go to Fonts and Encoding tab. Select SolaimanLipi font as all the fonts and select Unicode (UTF-8) as Default Encoding.
- Step 07:
Then go to Languages tab. Click Add button and select Bengali as language. Then click OK.
Now your Chrome is fully compatible for the Bangla Unicode Fonts. Visit this page again and see the test sentence written in Bangla at the beginning of this article, whether you can read it completely. Hope you will successfully read that sentence.