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It provides fonts from the National Font Project (Kinnari, Garuda, Norasi), UI font from NECTEC (Loma) and several developed by TLWG and its contributors.
This package provides OTF fonts as an alternative for those who prefer Postscript technology with OpenType improvements. Note that most Thai desktop users usually need ttf-thai-tlwg instead.
thaifonts-scalable is a collection of Thai scalable fonts available in free licenses. Its goal is to provide fonts that conform to existing standards and recommendations, so that it can be a reference implementation. So, the fonts have to be modified from their original versions as needed, according to following references: - Recommendation for Thai font design, from the National Font Project more»
0.4.14 (2010-07-30) ====== - TlwgTypist bold faces are now overlap-free just like TlwgTypo. - Fix Tahoma/MS Sans Serif fallback rules to not affect non-Thai environments. (LP #434054, #539008) - Improved Garuda glyphs, now with regular stem width. 0.4.13 (2009-07-25) ====== - Fix DTD conformance in fontconfig file. - More thinkness for bold faces of TlwgTypo and TlwgTypist families. - Fix splin more»
thaifonts-scalable (1:0.4.14-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream bugfix release. - Fix Tahoma/MS Sans Serif fallback rules to not affect non-Thai environments. (LP: #539008, re-addresses LP #434054) - debian/patches/01_remove_tahoma_fallback.diff: Removed, addressed differently upstream. * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.1 (no changes needed) -- Theppitak Karoonboonyan more»
2010-07-30 Theppitak Karoonboonyanan <firstname.lastname@example.org> * configure.in, NEWS: === Version 0.4 more»
Format-Specification: http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat?action=recall&rev=454 Upstrea more»