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Font Card

Family:Autonym
Style:Regular
File(s):
/usr/share/fonts/truetype/Autonym.ttf
/usr/share/fonts/truetype/Autonym.woff
Scripts (most covered):
Devanagari (27.0%)
Bengali (25.8%)
Buginese (19.2%)
Thaana (17.0%)
Tifinagh (16.4%)
Cyrillic (12.3%)
Gurmukhi (8.6%)
Latin (8.5%)
Gujarati (8.1%)
Georgian (7.6%)
Malayalam (7.5%)
Armenian (7.1%)
Saurashtra (6.7%)
Telugu (6.7%)
Hebrew (6.3%)
Tamil (6.2%)
Sinhala (6.0%)
Tibetan (5.3%)
Javanese (5.1%)

Specimen

Specimen for Autonym Regular (Devanagari script).

Software Package Information

Name:autonym-fonts1 Click Install
Version:1.0
Url:https://github.com/santhoshtr/AutonymFont
License:OFL-1.1
Description:If we want to show a large number of languages written in their own scripts (autonyms), we cannot apply the usual webfonts to it. This is because since each script require a webfonts, we will end up in using a large number of webfonts. This can cause large bandwidth usage. Autonym font tries to solve this. The font contains glyphs and opentype rules for rendering the language autonyms. And it contains only those glyphs for a language. For example, for Thai, the font has glyphs required for rendering ??? alone.

Shape and Spacing

Slant:roman
Weight:medium (100)
Width:normal (100)
Scalable:yes
TrueType Tables:
cmapgaspGDEFglyfGPOS
GSUBheadhheahmtxloca
maxpnameOS/2post

Rendering Algorithms

Antialias:yes
Hinting:yes
Force autohint:yes
Hintstyle:hintslight (1)
Subpixel layout:rgb
LCD filter:lcddefault
Available Bitmap Strikes:none

Supported Languages

| fj |
| ho |
| ia | ie | io |
| kj | kwm |
| ms |
| ng | nr |
| om |
| rn | rw |
| sm | sn | so | ss | st | sw |
| to | ts |
| uz |
| xh |
| za | zu |

Character Set

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[+] Basic Latin (U+00000 - U+0007F)
[+] Latin-1 Supplement (U+00080 - U+000FF)
[+] Latin Extended-A (U+00100 - U+0017F)
[+] IPA Extensions (U+00250 - U+002AF)
[+] Spacing Modifier Letters (U+002B0 - U+002FF)
[+] Combining Diacritical Marks (U+00300 - U+0036F)
[+] Greek and Coptic (U+00370 - U+003FF)
[+] Cyrillic (U+00400 - U+004FF)
[+] Armenian (U+00530 - U+0058F)
[+] Hebrew (U+00590 - U+005FF)
[+] Arabic (U+00600 - U+006FF)
[+] Syriac (U+00700 - U+0074F)
[+] Thaana (U+00780 - U+007BF)
[+] Devanagari (U+00900 - U+0097F)
[+] Bengali (U+00980 - U+009FF)
[+] Gurmukhi (U+00A00 - U+00A7F)
[+] Gujarati (U+00A80 - U+00AFF)
[+] Oriya (U+00B00 - U+00B7F)
[+] Tamil (U+00B80 - U+00BFF)
[+] Telugu (U+00C00 - U+00C7F)
[+] Kannada (U+00C80 - U+00CFF)
[+] Malayalam (U+00D00 - U+00D7F)
[+] Sinhala (U+00D80 - U+00DFF)
[+] Thai (U+00E00 - U+00E7F)
[+] Lao (U+00E80 - U+00EFF)
[+] Tibetan (U+00F00 - U+00FFF)
[+] Georgian (U+010A0 - U+010FF)
[+] Ethiopic (U+01200 - U+0137F)
[+] Cherokee (U+013A0 - U+013FF)
[+] Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics (U+01400 - U+0167F)
[+] Buginese (U+01A00 - U+01A1F)
[+] Latin Extended Additional (U+01E00 - U+01EFF)
[+] Greek Extended (U+01F00 - U+01FFF)
[+] General Punctuation (U+02000 - U+0206F)
[+] Tifinagh (U+02D30 - U+02D7F)
[+] CJK Unified Ideographs (U+04E00 - U+09FFF)
[+] Saurashtra (U+0A880 - U+0A8DF)
[+] Javanese (U+0A980 - U+0A9DF)
[+] Hangul Syllables (U+0AC00 - U+0D7AF)