Phonetic keys to Sinhala glyph translation follows the standard: 'THE SLS 1134: 2011 SINHALACHARACTER CODE FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE' established by the Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI), 17, Victoria Place, Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo, Sri Lanka. You can visit their Web site via this link: http://www.icta.lk
While some versions of Android™, specially the higher versions of Android support the Unicode
fonts in full,
some seem to offer only partial support. For instance the strokes (Pili) – al-lakuna,Yansaya,
repaya, rakaransaya, combined letters, kombuwa etc., may not appear correctly.
A demo version of Savanakura is also available fore free experimentation which can be downloaded from our
Details of how to purchase Savanakura and how to register it can be views by following the links shown below.
Visit here for the User Manual: User Manual
Visit here for the Frequently Asked Questions: Savanakura FAQ
Visit here for purchasing information: Purchasing Info
Visit here for product registration details: Product Registration
Visit here for the terms and conditions: Terms and Conditions
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