The latest build of BDFViewer as of May 14, 2009 which supports Unicode BDF font files is available to download at Komeil’s mirror of Chortkeh Font Toolbox. Chortkeh BDF Font Viewer is a part of Chortkeh Font Toolbox.
The Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran’s Persian keyboard layout—ISIRI 2901—is one of the worst blindly-designed Persian (Farsi) keyboard layouts around. Then is the Microsoft’s own Persian (Farsi) keyboard layout—kbdfa.dll—which is somehow an extended Arabic layout, having a few letters misplaced comparing to their original location on an old-fashioned Persian typewriter.
The first RTM compilation of Chortkeh BDF Font Viewer was built today.
Today the first build of Chortkeh BDF Font Viewer made its way to testing conducted by my colleagues.
Today I started a new project, called Chortkeh BDF Font Viewer.
I ran into problems with Microsoft’s Persian (Farsi) keyboard layout—kbdfa.dll—which is incompatible with Persian typewriters.
I was desperately in need of a customized binary file compare utility for the FormFlow converter I’m working on, so I started to make one.
A C++ program being developed in Borland C++Builder, the FormFlow converter I’m currently working on actually depends on reverse engineering the FormFlow FRP file format. It’s all about discovering the procedures Delrina engineers have taken many years ago to save their fillable electronic form structure.