Forums: M+ OUTLINE FONTS (Thread #38233)

I suggest to add Arabic, Armenian and Georgian to M+ Fonts (2016-12-03 05:34 by gusbemacbe #79092)

Hello,

Good evening,

I'm gusbemacbe who suggested the italic and bold italic fonts for pan-European characters.

I also suggest to add Arabic, Armenian and Georgian, because I want to use your fonts for writing in my autobiography, in these languages.

Open source Arabic, Armenian and Georgian fonts:

- Arabic: http://makkuk.com/kawkab-mono/
- Georgian: https://bpgfonts.wordpress.com/2009/02/03/gpl-gnu-license-bpg-fonts/ (take BPG Glaho font)
- Armenian: ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/freefont/

Gustavo

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Re: I suggest to add Arabic, Armenian and Georgian to M+ Fonts (2016-12-05 15:22 by coz #79100)

Thank you for your suggestion, but M+ FONTS still has over 1,000 of uncreated kanji glyphs.
I would like to create those glyphs first.
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Re: I suggest to add Arabic, Armenian and Georgian to M+ Fonts (2017-01-08 06:53 by gusbemacbe #79217)

[Reply To Message #79100]
> Thank you for your suggestion, but M+ FONTS still has over 1,000 of uncreated kanji glyphs.
> I would like to create those glyphs first.

OK, no problems.

I also intend to create my omniglot handwriting and art deco pan-CJK fonts. Is it possible to unify all Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters in the same font?

Is it easy or difficult to make broadway, headline and pinstripe CJK letters?

I found a 1920s Japanese magazine cover with three Japanese broadway pinstripe letters.

Thank you for your attention and your answer!

Gustavo
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