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ᦝᧀᧄᦈᦒᦕ ᧂᦁᧃᦱᦆᧉ ᦙᦗᦉᦵᦡᦇ ᦄᦞᦰᦴᦪᦎ ᧅᦑᦸᦌᦏᦘ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the New Tai Lue script | glyphs: 91 | scripts: New Tai Lue
Zoto Sans New Tai Lue is a design for the New Tai Lue script.
It contains 91 glyphs and 1 OpenType features, and supports 88 characters from the Unicode blocks: New Tai Lue.
New Tai Lue (Xishuangbanna Dai) is a Southeast Asian alphabet, written left-to-right. Development in China since the 1950s for the Tai Lü language as a replacement for the Tai Tham script, which is also still used. Needs software support for complex text layout (shaping). Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.
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