From: Thomas, Alan A CIV NSWCDD, K71 (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 19 2007 - 11:02:08 CST
I have looked around the Internet. The problem is finding all the variations (vowel marks, diacritics, etc.) in the right script.
Thanks for pointing out the copyright issue. Alan
From: Samuel Thibault [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2007 11:57
To: Murray Sargent
Cc: Thomas, Alan A CIV NSWCDD, K71; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Graphics for unicode scripts
Murray Sargent, le Fri 19 Jan 2007 08:16:36 -0800, a écrit :
> Is it possible to obtain the electronic form of the graphics (e.g., language characters) for Unicode scripts? I can download the script charts in PDF format, but I cannot cut the graphics from those charts and paste them.
> On Windows platforms you can type Alt+PrtSc, which copies the currently active window's client area to the clipboard. You can then paste this into applications. I usually paste it into Paint, select the desired portion of the bitmap and save it as a jpg, since this is much smaller than the original bitmap would be.
Please take care of the copyright notice in unicode charts:
The fonts and font data used in production of these Code Charts may NOT be extracted, or used in any other way in any product or publication, without permission or license granted by the typeface owner(s).
So you have to find out who provided the font before doing anything with it.
That said, googling a bit can let you find free fonts for basically all scripts (I only had to draw a tagbanwa font for getting a complete collection).
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