Commercial Nagari font? (fwd)
somadevah at AOL.COM
Tue Feb 21 15:10:11 UTC 2006
Many thanks for these improvements to Devanagari MT. Some further
improvements might be called for before it can be used, I noted the
following problems: cchr does not combine properly (k.rcchre.na),
neither does "nghr (a"nghri).
On 17 Feb 2006, at 21:13, Blake Wentworth wrote:
> For anyone who uses a Macintosh, and would like to have all the
> conjuncts necessary for Sanskrit readily available to the
> Devanagari-QWERTY keyboard, I have a nicely tweaked Devanagari MT
> font that serves this purpose very well. It is free for anyone who
> would like it: if you want a copy, please email me with "devanagari
> font" in the title, and I'll send it to you.
> Blake Wentworth
> btwentwo at midway.uchicago.edu
> (M) 773.771.0172
> (W) 773.834.9199
> The Divinity School
> Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations
> The University of Chicago
> On Feb 17, 2006, at 3:07 PM, Tony K. Stewart wrote:
>> Dear Prof. Hanneder:
>> I would suggest that as a first step you consult the resource
>> guide on fonts at the South Asia Language Resource Center, a
>> collaborative effort of the US Department of Education's Title VI
>> National Resource Centers for South Asia. The SALRC is located at
>> the University of Chicago.
>> See: http://salrc.uchicago.edu/
>> The font section is listed under "resources"": http://
>> Tony K. Stewart
>> Professor of South Asian Religions and LIteratures
>> Dept. of Philosophy and Religion
>> Campus Box 8103
>> North Carolina State University
>> Raleigh, NC 27695-8103 USA
>> ph. 919.515.6335
>> email <tony_stewart at ncsu.edu>
>> On Feb 17, 2006, at 8:56 PM, Walter Slaje wrote:
>>> ------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht / Forwarded message -------
>>> Datum: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 17:41:28 +0100 (CET)
>>> Von: "Dr. Juergen Hanneder"
>>> <juergen.hanneder at indologie.uni-halle.de>
>>> Betreff: Weiterleitung an Indology
>>> To: INDOLOGY at liverpool.ac.uk
>>> Subject: Commercial Nagari font?
>>> --text follows this line--
>>> Dear Colleagues,
>>> can anyone recommend high quality Devanagari fonts for Sanskrit.
>>> I think that I have probably seen most of the free Nagari fonts
>>> available and I am of course aware that some of them are quite
>>> good. And, of course, looking at the glyph table of some of the
>>> commercial fonts is slightly disappointing, but I have not yet given
>>> up hope for more professional tools for printing.
>>> Kind regards
>>> Juergen Hanneder
>>> University of Halle
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