Charis SIL

Charis SIL Release 6.200

Release 6.200 – New features and additional character support This release is focused on adding features and 240+ glyphs, including support for over 180 additional characters mostly from Unicode 14 and 15. It does not include significant changes to line spacing, glyph widths, or kerning that might cause document reflow… Read More

Charis SIL Release 6.101 TypeTuner Web

This is a maintenance release primarily focused on making the v6 fonts available on TypeTuner Web. This enables us to also provide v6 versions of many special-purpose modified fonts, including Literacy and Compact versions. Both desktop and web fonts are provided in a single, all-platforms package on the Download… Read More

Release 6.001 Quick Fix

This is a quick fix release with one change especially important to users of some macOS apps, esp. TextEdit, Pages, and Nisus Writer Pro. If you have already installed v6.000 and have encountered problems with unrecognized fonts in those apps, then this new version will eliminate that problem. If you… Read More

Release 6.000

We’re excited to announce the long-awaited version 6 release of Charis SIL. This release is full of new features and important improvements. Note that this is a major upgrade. This may cause document reflow as some glyphs widths have changed and some features have been removed. Please do not assume… Read More

Release v5.000 Font Subsets

This release includes Regional Font Subsets for Charis SIL, Doulos SIL, Gentium Plus and Andika (v5.000). These fonts contain both OpenType and Graphite smart font rendering. This is the first release of the subset fonts where Graphite is included. Each regional font only contains the characters (and… Read More

New SIL Font News announcements list

If you wish to receive announcements about updates to any of our SIL fonts, please subscribe to our SIL Font News Google Group. This is not a discussion list, it is purely a place for SIL to give news and announcements related to all SIL font releases. Thus, it will… Read More