See also Tibetan Unicode
This is an overview of the currently available Tibetan computer fonts
- 1 Fonts compatible with the ISO 10646 / Unicode Standard for encoding Tibetan characters: Tibetan Unicode
- 2 Fonts using legacy encodings
Fonts compatible with the ISO 10646 / Unicode Standard for encoding Tibetan characters: Tibetan Unicode
OpenType Tibetan Fonts at THDL
- Tibetan Machine Uni - based on TCC / Tony Duff's Tibetan Machine font.
- Jomolhari font - designed by Christopher Fynn based on Bhutanese manuscript examples. Primarily intended for printing texts.
On Windows XP & 2000 these fonts currently work with Office 2003 sp1 - though you will also need to install the EWTS EWTS Unicode keyboard or a another Tibetan Input Method. For information on using the font with other applications please see: THDLs Instructions for using Tibetan Unicode Fonts in Windows.
Windows Vista fully supports both fonts without additional software.
TCRC Youtso Unicode Free Tibetan Font
- TCRC Youtso Unicode – 442 characters (1017 glyphs) in version 1.0 offered for free download from Poppdict.Com by the Tibetan Computer Resource Centre (TCRC), Dharamsala.
Platform Independent Fonts
See also how to create a Platform Independent Tibetan Unicode Font.
Fonts using legacy encodings
See their main web site for more information how to purchase this font set. Just now this font set does not support the Tibetan Unicode standard.
Tibetan Computer Company (TCC)
THDL Free Tibetan Fonts
See: their main web site for how to download various free fonts provided by THDL and Trace Foundation.
- The Tibetan Machine font is an original font by Tony Duff, licenced and placed in to the public domain by the Trace Foundation.
- The Tibetan Machine Web font is a version of the same font re-encoded to support display of Tibetan text on legacy browsers.
- The Tibetan Machine Uni font is a much extended version supporting the Tibetan Unicode standard (see above).