Mondulkiri Previous Versions
Current version 7.100 for Khmer Mondulkiri and Khmer Busra fonts home page
- 2014-09-08 – Version 7.100 of Khmer Mondulkiri and Khmer Busra released
- 2012-11-05 – Version 5.513 of Khmer Mondulkiri released
- 2011-10-05 – Khmer Mondulkiri Bold added to package
- 2010-11-18 – Release under Open Font License (OFL)
- 2005-09-16 – Update
- 2003-04-12 – Public release
Khmer Mondulkiri v5.513 changes from v5.300
- Support for Apple’s AAT rendering system (tested in OS X 10.6.8) as well as Microsoft OpenType tables.
- Support for typographical features to be used under OS X with software that does support them (like Pages or TextEdit, but apparently not MS Word or LibreOffice.
- Support for ‘Stylistic Sets’ that provide similar options in OpenType as the ‘typographical features’ in OS X. These Stylistic Sets work in Adobe software (tested with CS5 and 5.5 on PC), but not in MS Word. MS Word 2010 does support Stylistic Sets, but apparently only for Latin scripts.
- Support for Khmer Unicode in Adobe CS5 and CS5.5. Two of the Stylistic Sets address the remaining problems. Please refer to the documentation on stylistic sets.
- Many Latin script characters have been added. The bold fonts now also have bold Latin characters.
- Some of the vowel-a ligatures have been changed (e.g. Cho-AA).
- Many characters have been slightly modified. Most significantly the ‘hooks’ or ‘hair’ of some coengs have been removed(e.g. coeng-Kho, coeng-Ha, coeng-Qa).
- The positioning of many characters was modified.
- Many other smaller modifications of glyphs and rules.
- To prevent register shifters from being rendered as subscript, zero-width-non-joiner has now to be inserted before the register shifter in accordance with The Unicode Standard. Also zero-width-joiner has to be in this position now to force the alternative rendering.
- Increased the descender by a small amount so that second level elements are no longer cut off.
- For users of the Tampuan language: coeng-vo after coeng-ro and shifting of samyuk before reahmuk are now enabled by default. The Tampuan option now only covers the width of space and the permission to use samyuk after reahmuk.
- The support for the use of vowels and coengs with independent vowels in OS X is limited. If there is a real need for improvement please contact the font designer.
- Changed position of quotes (U+2018..U+2019, U+201C..U+201D) and mirrored U+201C.
These fonts are licensed under the SIL Open Font License (OFL) with reserved font names ‘Mondulkiri’, ‘Busra’, ‘Oureang’, and ‘Ratanakiri’.
|Mondulkiri family (Busra, Oureang, Ratanakiri) 12-font release 5.300||for all platforms|
|Khmer Mondulkiri 4-font developer release 5.513||for all platforms|
|Khmer Mondulkiri 4-font release 5.513||for all platforms|
|Khmer Mondulkiri Bold 1-font release 5.300||for all platforms|
|Mondulkiri family 17-font release 5.300||for all platforms|
What’s in the different font download packages?
Mondulkiri family (Busra, Oureang, and Ratanakiri) 12-font release (2012-10-31)
This package does not contain the Khmer Mondulkiri fonts. Please download those separately as they have been updated. This package contains a set of 12 font files and documentation for Busra, Oureang and Ratanakiri.
Khmer Mondulkiri 5.513 4-font release (2012-10-31)
This package contains the new Khmer Mondulkiri fonts. If you wish to download the Busra, Oureang and Ratanakiri, please download those separately.
Khmer Mondulkiri 5.513 4-font developer release (2012-10-31)
This package contains the same files as Mondulkiri-5.513.zip plus: Base font with VOLT tables, KhmerAdd.xml, KhmerMIF.txt. For testing purposes: List of Khmer script syllables in Khmer with additional syllables found in the text of Chuon Nath dictionary and Khmer script syllable in the Bunong, Krung and Tampuan language. For more information please see font building instructions.
Mondulkiri family 5.300 17-font release (2011-10-05)
The font release contains a set of 17 font files and documentation.
Khmer Mondulkiri Bold 5.300 1-font release (2011-10-05)
Note:The Khmer Mondulkiri Bold font was inadvertently left out of the initial Mondulkiri font family release. If you are just missing the bold font, you can download only the bold font here. Otherwise, you should use the download above named ‘Mondulkiri family 5.300 font release’.
The developer package above contains a font with VOLT OpenType tables in it. However, editable VOLT OpenType tables were also included in an earlier font version (file name: kMons40V2E3.ttf) downloadable from this SourceForge link.
Other variations of the fonts are also available. Details of those variations, how the fonts vary from each other, and some general information on the implementation of Khmer Unicode are all available in the document below.
|Mondulkiri Font Family Features 5.300||for all platforms|
As these fonts and utilities are distributed at no cost, we are unable to provide a commercial level of personal technical support. We will, however, try to resolve problems that are reported to us.
We do hope that you will report problems so they can be addressed in future releases. Even if you are not having any specific problems, but have an idea on how this system could be improved, we want to hear your ideas and suggestions.
Please note that these fonts are intended for use by experienced computer users. Installing and using these fonts is not a trivial matter. The most effective technical support is usually provided by an experienced computer user who can personally sit down with you at your computer to troubleshoot the problem.
General troubleshooting information, including frequently asked questions, can be found in the documentation. Additional information is also available on the general Font FAQ page. If that fails to answer your question, send an email via this contact form.
Before requesting technical support, please:
- Carefully read all the documentation provided with the font and on this site.
- Try the Support and Troubleshooting path on scripts.sil.org.
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