From: Ngwe Tun (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 17 2007 - 10:33:39 CST
Hi Ko Wunna,
It's pleasure to know valuable effort in Burmese Type Writer Keyboard. It's
look like discovering the paper.
It should be charged themes as Myanmar Sorting Program which you expressed
in myanmarnlpteam.blogspot.com as follows;
Since all the cost incurs to me, I need some money to recover the research
cost. I will provide the sample software free but I will sell .dll file with
some cost. .dll file can be used by the developers who wish to include the
Burmese sorting in their own programs.
I likely to know pricing for sorting dll(s) and forth coming keyboard. Do we
need to pay for royalty fees for each programs?
Have a look more concrete version in soon. why not you do own brand name in
On Dec 15, 2007 3:32 PM, Wunna Ko Ko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have developed with the help of my college (Ko Kyaw Kyaw Zin) the
> Unicode Typewriter Keyboard for Burmese. It is based on Keyman.
> The Keyboard features as similar as Burmese Typewriter Keyboard Layout. It
> can work with all fonts which are compatible with Unicode 5.1 Beta. The
> fonts as far as I know are Myanmar2, Myanmar3, Padauk, Parabaik.
> This is the beta version and we will release it when our test period is
> Please download it at
> With Best Regards,
> Wunna Ko Ko
> Project Leader
> Burmese Language Project
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