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[[Image:Padauk_HeaderGraphic.png|thumb|Padauk font sample]]
 
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[http://graphite.sil.org/ Graphite] is a software library that is used in rendering Unicode text. It provides support for complex non-Roman writing systems by using &amp;ldquo;smart fonts&amp;rdquo; which have additional TrueType tables built into them to specify the behaviour of text rendered with that font.
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[http://graphite.sil.org/ Graphite] is a software library that is used in rendering Unicode text. It provides support for complex non-Roman writing systems by using &ldquo;smart fonts&rdquo; which have additional TrueType tables built into them to specify the behaviour of text rendered with that font.
  
 
This is the home page for information related to Graphite on this wiki.
 
This is the home page for information related to Graphite on this wiki.

Latest revision as of 10:31, 24 November 2010

Padauk font sample

Graphite is a software library that is used in rendering Unicode text. It provides support for complex non-Roman writing systems by using “smart fonts” which have additional TrueType tables built into them to specify the behaviour of text rendered with that font.

This is the home page for information related to Graphite on this wiki.

Some work has been done to get it to interact with Pango. Now it is time to get PangoGraphiteWindows done.

Several people are also working on the Graphite OpenOffice integration.

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