Difference between revisions of "Armenian Fonts"

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A large number of Armenian fonts are available using the old style of encoding, called ARMSCII.  Many of those can be downloaded at the [http://www.cilicia.com/armo8.html Armenian Fonts and Files] page.  The new and improved encoding system, which is universal and interchangeable is Unicode.  I highly recommend documents be prepared using Unicode, and old documents and web pages be converted to Unicode.
 
A large number of Armenian fonts are available using the old style of encoding, called ARMSCII.  Many of those can be downloaded at the [http://www.cilicia.com/armo8.html Armenian Fonts and Files] page.  The new and improved encoding system, which is universal and interchangeable is Unicode.  I highly recommend documents be prepared using Unicode, and old documents and web pages be converted to Unicode.
  
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* [http://www.armunicode.org/en/ ArmUnicode.org] - Installation, fonts, alternate keyboards
 
* [http://www.armunicode.org/en/ ArmUnicode.org] - Installation, fonts, alternate keyboards
 
* [http://tlt.its.psu.edu/suggestions/international/bylanguage/armenian.html Alternate source for Unicode installation/use information]
 
* [http://tlt.its.psu.edu/suggestions/international/bylanguage/armenian.html Alternate source for Unicode installation/use information]
* [http://fonts.tarumian.am/ArianAMU.zip Արիան AMU տառատեսակ]
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* [http://fonts.tarumian.am/ArianAMU.zip Արիան AMU տառատեսակ]
* [http://hayeren.akumb.am/ Գրենք հայերեն] - Armenian keyboard, converter, manual and links.
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* [http://hayeren.akumb.am/ Գրենք հայերեն] - Armenian keyboard, converter, manual and links.

Revision as of 08:28, 27 September 2007

darligetcora A large number of Armenian fonts are available using the old style of encoding, called ARMSCII. Many of those can be downloaded at the Armenian Fonts and Files page. The new and improved encoding system, which is universal and interchangeable is Unicode. I highly recommend documents be prepared using Unicode, and old documents and web pages be converted to Unicode.

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