Fonts & Sanskrit courses
tcleary at crl.com
Wed Aug 24 16:56:02 UTC 1994
As regards TrueType fonts, please do. I'm a MS Windows user and would
like to obtain a 'true' font for Sankrit. Please keep me appraised. By
the way, after 4 Sept. I will be at address TIMOTHY at VSE.CZ and this
address will no longer be valid. Thank you.
Tim Cleary TCLEARY at CRL.COM
On Wed, 24 Aug 1994 Peter_Scharf at brown.edu wrote:
> >> Can anyone help me to find a MacIntosh-compatible roman-alphabet
> >font that
> >> has the necessary diacritical marks to write Sankskrit and Pali?
> >At the request of some colleagues, I have just begun work on TrueType
> >fonts for Sanskrit, Pali, Hindi etc. I know very little about these
> >languages, so advice would be very welcome.
> I have developed a Font for the MacIntosh which uses only lower and upper
> case keys for the purpose of typing extensive texts exclusively in
> Sanskrit. It is without question the most effecient means of typing
> Sanskrit. To go with the Font I have developed transliteration programs to
> convert a file to Hindustan and South Asia Times Roman Diacritic Fonts and
> Jaipur and Vedic Devanagari Fonts. I will gladly share them with anyone
> willing to make a modest contribution to help me offset some of the
> development costs.
> I would like to add other true-type Devanagari and diacritic Fonts to the
> system. Interested? Please contact me.
> Peter M. Scharf
> Peter_Scharf at brown.edu
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