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SIL Dai Banna Font Features

NRSI staff, 2004-04-22

SIL Dai Banna Fonts and Unicode

The SIL Dai Banna Fonts are pre-Unicode or “legacy” fonts which were originally released by SIL in 2000. These fonts have been superseded by the Unicode-encoded Dai Banna SIL Fonts.

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These fonts include a complete set of New Tai Lue consonants, vowels and tones, along with punctuation and other useful symbols. A basic set of Roman glyphs, including arabic numerals, is also provided. More details can be found in the documentation.

Consonants



Vowels, Tones and Modifiers



Clusters and Final Forms



Numerals (both New Tai Lue and Roman)



Basic Roman



Punctuation and Other Symbols




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