This evening I have rooted my Samsung Galaxy Tab and installed Bangla font SolaimanLipi. After that I can see Bangla writing, but not rendred properly. After installing Mayabi Keyboard from.Android market, I can write Bangla using phonetic layout. But the problem is that fonts are not rendered properly. Searching for solution to this problem.
This is my First Android application. This shows news from bdnews24.com. Actually, I have not coded a single line and made with AppsGeyser.com. You can make web content based apps in minutes by using their service. Cool Guys at AppsGeyer! Continue reading “This is my First Android application. Th…” »
Yes, Galaxy Tab is fun. I just inserted GrameenPHONE sim in Galaxy Tab. It started working fine after a restart. But data connection was not working. So I called customer service. Their specialist team provided the solution. I had to configure APN manually. Once given APN as gpinternet it started working fone.
I was using Zoom Ultra from laptop. Now thinking whether that to be dropped. Because my GT connection can be shared. In fact, now it started to work as WiFi AP. I just checked one checkbox, and it started working great. I tested it from my other Nokia set and Dell laptop. As per the specification, I can use 5 devices simultaneously. Thanks Samsung for this great feature.
Here is Twitter client for android, running on Samsung Galaxy Tab. It looks fine and works fine. I am using it with my Galaxy Tab. Besides this twitter client you can also use TweetDeck.
How to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Tab? First I was wondering, but found it soon. You need to press Back and power button simultaneously, and that takes the screenshot. Screenshot is automatically saved into galery under sceenshots folder. Once taken the screenshot, you can share it online. Continue reading “Taking screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Tab” »
Recently I have bought an iPad. At the very sight, I was impressed with the apps it has. But after the honeymoon period, I know it’s better not to have an iPad. It’s time waster. I made many notes on iPad, and suddenly it’s not syncing with iTunes. Googled the web and found thousands of iPad user complaining at apple forum, same problem – but no solution. Some users have reported that they solved it – but every user have done it differently. They are not sure what caused the problem – and how it is solved. I spent almost a week to figure it out, tried all the methods, but the problem is still there.
As a last resort, I restored the iOS and there’s no solution yet. Is Steve Jobs sleeping?
Many users are waiting for release of iOS 4.2, and Apple declared that it will be available in November, There are many rumors about the release dates – but those are still rumor. Apple is playing hide and seek with its customers.
After using iPad for more than two months, now I strongly believe that very old pen and paper are the best friends in daily work. And thinking that I left my iPad at home.
A rock is better than iPad, yes, I agree.
The book surprised me in very positive way, is the maximum practical.
Although it is targeted for new users of Joomla!, Also the advanced users of this CMS find something useful for them. Simply browse the table of contents to find out.
A very big plus for a very good selection of components, modules, etc..
The clear layout and good style of book makes that you’ll read it quickly with no problems with understanding content.
Screenshots are also helpful, and they are real complement the content. Because this is a another book of this author that I read in one breath, I see progress. Keep it up!
I bought an iPad last September from Bangkok. It’s Wi-Fi model, and can connect to Internet through Wi-Fi hotspots only. My Office has Wi-Fi and I was using it from office most of the time. But returning from office, it goes offline which is painful, you know. Considering this situation, I tried to connect my home to Wi-Fi. I have a Wireless Router, and what I need is a connection to internet. Considered broadband, but due to its frequent failure and slow speed I abandoned. Then comes Qubee or BanglaLion. But currently I am using Zoom Ultra Modem from Citycell. It provides mobility. I can connect from anywhere in Bangladesh. Qubee and Banglalion has limited coverage yet. And to implement a WiFi I need indoor unit, that does not provide mobility.
I was last admitted to hospital in 2000. And now this year on October 21 again I had to be in hospital. This time spent a shorter period – only 3 days. However, I had to go through many diagnostics test and painful endoscopy.
- Apple’s iPad Aims to be a Hospital Helper [VIDEO] (mashable.com)
In the previous article we saw how to translate a site’s content using Google’s translation service. The full process is automated and the machine does the translation. However, machine translation is not always good and can sometimes be misleading. To avoid your content getting lost in translation, or in the absence of a translation service for a specific language, like Bengali, you may like to manually translate the site’s content.
In this article by Suhreed Sarkar, author of Joomla! 1.5 Top Extensions Cookbook, you will learn how to translate your site’s content manually into your desired language using the Joom!Fish extension. It allows you to translate the articles, modules, banners, menus, sections, categories, and so on into your desired language. It also shows a language selection module for visitors to choose a language from the site’s frontend. Many other components and modules can be translated by installing their respective content elements. Continue reading “Manually Translating Your Joomla! Site’s Content into Your Desired Language” »