[INDOLOGY] Correction and updates of Nirnay Sagar Fonts
shrivara at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 23:00:05 UTC 2019
Dear Sri Krishnaprasad,
I have been observing the fonts getting improvised. Its really fantastic to have the old prints on computers again. Thanks for your efforts. I could read the texts with ease and enjoy the enhanced experience of reading for beauty of characters.
1. AnusvAra seems to be big in size.
2. Little more compatibility is needed in ‘u’ ‘r’ marks at the bottom.
3. Space where samyuktakshara is seen.
4. More care is required in representation of ‘pa~Nkeruha’ etc. especially with ‘e’ marker.
5. Once again check with the size of ‘र’.
Rest is wonderful
> On 18-Feb-2019, at 11:25 PM, Krishnaprasad G via INDOLOGY <indology at list.indology.info> wrote:
> Dear all
> Some more characters.
> On Thu 27 Dec, 2018, 8:11 PM Madhav Deshpande, <mmdesh at umich.edu <mailto:mmdesh at umich.edu>> wrote:
> Dear Krishnaprasad Ji,
> Thank you so much for this download link. It is a wealth of useful resources. With best regards,
> Madhav M. Deshpande
> Professor Emeritus
> Sanskrit and Linguistics
> University of Michigan
> [Residence: Campbell, California]
> On Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 7:22 PM Krishnaprasad G <krishnaprasadah.g at gmail.com <mailto:krishnaprasadah.g at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Thanks, everyone for supporting me giving feedbacks.
> You can download from here.
> https://yadi.sk/d/rDIogm1J3WjKp4 <https://yadi.sk/d/rDIogm1J3WjKp4>
> On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at 8:43 AM Harry Spier <hspier.muktabodha at gmail.com <mailto:hspier.muktabodha at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Dominink Wujastyk wrote:
> modern font technology can help. OpenType includes some "alternates" or "contextual alternates" features that allow the user (or auto-select) to select from multiple versions of a glyph. But I'm sure you know this. And it's only certain advanced text-setting programs like TeX that allow one to access such features easily (e.g., through fontspec <https://ctan.org/pkg/fontspec?lang=en>, manual part IV).
> I use the FontCreator program from Hi-Logic which allows you to create open type "contextual features". I've used this feature. I use the professional product which retails for $199.00 but their website says that the Home edition for $79.00 also has this feature (but the home edition cannot be used for commercial purposes). The program only works on windows.
> Such questions make me wish to consult Naik's classic work Typography of Devanagari <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/6241715> (3 vols, 1971 rev. ed.), but I've never had access to a copy of this rare publication.
> I have this book. (Unfortunately its in storage in New York). Its been 20 years since I looked at it but I recall it was absolutely fascinating. As I recall one volume gives examples of devanagari printing from the earliest printed editions up till fairly modern times (when it was published), another volume describes the authors ideas for a devanagari typewriter and the third volume focuses on some esoteric ideas of the author. I can't recall the details.
> Harry Spier
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