Th - Song Miti

by deshzx

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Thai-English font with oblique look.


WARNING!: I don't think Thai font here works in Photo shop CS3 (PC), but it works in this web site when you try to type them 90%, well I don't know why. :(

Anyone or staff here has any idea?
Comment by deshzx 14th june 2008
The Thai characters work for me in CS2 on Windows.
Great FontStruction.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 14th june 2008
Meek, did you try the vowel and the tone?
Like one at key "u", it suppose to be on top of the letter in front of them (ex. key "v") and if you put the tone after (key "h") it will be on top of "u", if yes that will be a correct Thai font. If any one have any problem with this font please let me know by comment here, thank you.
Comment by deshzx 14th june 2008
I see what you mean now.
You’ve cleverly built the tone glyph to the left of the LEFT line so it sits on top of the preceding voewl - this works within FontStruct, but not with the exported TrueType font.
You need to wait for control over horizontal metrics before the font will work perfectly.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 15th june 2008
Hello, deshzx!

I like this type a lot, but couple of things spoil it for me:
• XZbdejsx—too wide / Hmw—too narrow
• c—long bottom makes big holes in words
• QUbcdgy—missing cuts of outer angles
• ft—cross-strokes too short
• S—falling backward

If you check this, it can improve your FontStruction :)
Comment by anTyp 13th july 2008

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