Ekushey Keyboard Layout Editor
The BSTI 'Bangladesh National Standard'
keyboard layout is not, alas, widely used either inside or outside Bangladesh.
Most systems available only support their own proprietary layout. Some producers
Bengali typing systems
claim copyright over particular layouts and prohibit
others from distributing software with a compatible layout.
The Ekushey solution is
simple. It defaults to use the public domain Unicode Bangladesh layout, but it
comes with a keyboard layout editor, so you can use whichever layout you like.
Changing between recently used
Keyboard Layouts - point and click
To make matters even easier, Ekushey 2.2
installs with the popular layouts already defined. Each keyboard is stored in
its own layout file, and can be loaded into Ekushey on demand. To change
layouts, just point and click a list of keyboards that you have previously used,
If your layout does not come with a definition
file ready made, the powerful keyboard layout editor (below) is as easy as drop
and drag and offers a lot of flexibility.
Reassigning Shift+I - easy to use,
intuitive interface style