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Registration for a New User
Choosing a Password
Your password should ideally be more than 7 characters long as longer passwords are more secure. It is highly recommended that you choose an unique password for each site that you go to. Some people choose a phrase like "WhereTheMindIsWithoutFear" (a famous Tagore poem) so that they can easily remember their password. In the Welcome email, only the first and last two characters are shown for security reasons.
for Registration and Login
Each user needs to set up an unique identity on the system. Since we want to make sure that we can easily communicate with users, we have chosen an user's Email ID as the most practical and useful unique ID. The user's Name (separated as First Name and Last Name) is useful when communicating with them. Finally, we want to save the geographical location of a user to be sensitive to their time zone when communicating by phone or streaming video that may be useful for the learning process.
Please register by filling in the Registration form. Make sure that the email ID you enter is easily accessible to you. All system communications will be sent to this email. If an invalid email is entered, the registration will be immediately deleted.
The password should be more than 7 characters. Longer passwords are more secure. It is highly recommended that you choose an unique password for each site that you visit. Some people choose a phrase like "WhereTheMindIsWithoutFear" (a famous Tagore poem) so that they can easily remember their password. The password is not displayed on any online screen. In the Welcome email, only the first and last two characters are shown for security reasons. If you forget the password, you will have to register again, and all your usage history will be lost.
After successful registration, an email will be sent to you with
Subject: Welcome to supriyosen.net to acknowledge
successful registration, document your Profile and to provide a guide to the various capabilities of the site. Please save this email to remember your credentials. A database record is created on the supriyosen.net server to identify you for subsequent visits.
A registered user can use multiple devices and only needs to login from each device as necessary. For example, I use an iMac, an iPad, and an iPhone. For testing, I also have set up a Windows 10 and a Linux Ubuntu 14 under VirtualBox, an App that runs under Mac OS. Only one registration is required.
Since Registration sets up your profile, you should Register again if you want to change your Password, Name or Location. If you want to change your Email ID, you need to register as a new user. The history of your activities can be manually coordinated by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration record on the server will be removed after six months of inactivity or on your emailed request. Registered users will get an activity status report by email twice a month.
For your convenience, the system has been designed to remember your Login credentials on any computer, tablet or smartphone for 90 days from your last visit. If you are a frequent visitor, you can expect to be "auto logged-in" and go directly to the site,
Browser settings on some computers may restricts how long login credentials will be remembered. Public computers like the local Library or Internet Cafes usually reset every day. In these cases, the auto-login will not be effective and you will have to Login every time.
If you are not auto logged-in when you access the site, please Login using the login panel.
Not sure about Bangla spelling?
Use this handy Spelling Assistant to review the correct Bangla spelling as you type in
· hroswo-i or dIrgho-i? (‘ই’,‘ি’,’ঈ’,'ী’) · hroswo-u or dIrgho-u? (‘উ’,‘ু’,’ঊ’,'ূ’) · which jo? (‘জ’,'য’) · which no? (‘ন’,'ণ’) · which sho? (‘শ’,'ষ’,'স’) · which ro? (‘র’,'ড়’,'ঢ়’) Check for yourself!
What to do with the created Bangla Text
The text boxes "English Phonetic" and "Bangla" contain text with the correct Unicode font. You can, therefore, simply copy and paste any or all of the text into a standard file for your OS.
Windows users can create documents in Notepad, Microsoft Word; Mac users can use TextEdit or Pages (Word for Mac is not Unicode-aware and does not work). Open Office text documents can be used on all platforms.
Any text (Bangla, Phonetic or both) can be copy/paste'd into a Mail or messaging window and sent to other users.
Any user of a relatively modern system will see the Bangla in the native unicode font on their system. iOS devices interpret Bangla properly. Android devices are expected to work, although some manufacturers who have drifted from the standard distribution may need some time to catch up.
suborNo Phonetic Transliteration Help
The table shows the সুবর্ণ Bangla Phonetic scheme.
Each Bangla letter is represented by a sequence of 1 to 3 English letters, closely representing the phonetic sound of the Bangla letter. Note that upper and lower case English letters are used. You must use the letters exactly as specified. For example, you must use the lower case "p" to form the Bangla letter প.
Example To write আমার নাম সুপ্রিয়, you would enter amar nam supriyo.
You enter the phonetic English just like you would pronounce the word in Bangla.
The software will intelligently deal with the transliteration.
Automatic selection of Vowels or Vowel Signs (-kar)
The choice of the Vowel or its vowel sign is based on context.
If the preceding letter is a consonant, the Vowel Sign is chosen.
Otherwise, the Vowel is shown.
Take the word আমারamar.
a -> Preceding character does not exist, therefore আ
will be shown.
m -> Normal Consonant ম a -> Preceding character is Consonant ম. Therefore া will be used.
r -> Normal Consonant র a+m+a+r -> আ ম া র
Automatic generation of Juktakkhor
When a Consonant follows a Consonant, the software automatically combines them into a Compound Consonant.
p+r produces প+র=প্র.
Overriding Automatic Juktakkhor
To prevent automatic juktakkhor, insert an o, the "Inherent Vowel" in Bangla, between the Consonants.
p+r would have produced the Compound Consonant প্র.
The letter o does not create a character but is used to break an automatic juktakkhor. If you want to write পর, you will want to break the automatic juktakkhor. So you would enter por to get the desired result. This is also the correct phonetic representation of পর.
Virtual Vowel "o" at end of some words
All Bangla Consonants end with the "awe" sound, as in "kawe" or "ko" for the Bangla consonant ক.
The letter "o" can be thought of as a virtual letter, and can be used at the end of a word to make the phonetic word more aesthetic.
to produce কর, you can write "kor" or "koro".
The special sign Hosonto is sometimes necessary, especially when writing foreign words. To put a Hosonto under a Bangla consonant put in a ` (reverse quote or grave accent) after the letter.