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SIL Tai Dam Font Documentation

NRSI staff, 2004-04-22

SIL Tai Dam and Unicode

This SIL Tai Dam fonts are a pre-Unicode or “legacy” font system. These fonts are superceded by the Unicode-encoded  Tai Heritage Pro font.

Table of Contents for this web page:

Users Guide

The Users Guide for the SIL Tai Dam Fonts (included in each download package) provides:

  • General information and font samples
  • Distribution and licensing details
  • Installation instructions for both Macintosh and Windows
  • Keyboard chart and table
  • Encoding reference

This documentation requires  Free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Included Files

The SIL Tai Dam Fonts package includes the following files:

Windows

  • README.TXT (Read Me)
  • FILES.TXT (File Listing)
  • RELNOT11.TXT (Release Notes for version 1.1)
  • TDUGUIDE.PDF (Detailed docs-Acrobat)
  • TAIHERR.TTF (TaiHeritage Regular font)
  • TAIHERB.TTF (TaiHeritage Bold font)
  • TDED.KMN (Tai Dam keyboard file-for KeyMan)
  • TDUS.KMN (Tai Dam-US keyboard file-for KeyMan)
  • TDED00.BMP (Icon for keyboard)
  • TDED01.BMP (Icon for keyboard)
  • TDUS00.BMP (Icon for keyboard)
  • TDUS01.BMP (Icon for keyboard)

Macintosh

  • Read Me
  • File Listing
  • Release Notes v1.1
  • Tai Dam Users Guide (Detailed docs-Acrobat)
  • TaiHeritage (TaiHeritage Regular and Bold font suitcase)
  • Tai Dam (WorldScript file)
  • YT dA-US (additional Lue keyboard file)

Release History

Version 1.1 released 8 February 2000.


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