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IndUni Fonts [John D. Smith]

Free Indic/Latin fonts by John D. Smith, which used to have names like NCS IndUni or Courier IndUni, and resemble Courier, New Century Schoolbook, Times-Roman, Helvetica and Palatino. The fonts are based on fonts originally designed by URW++. The last update took place in 2009 and includes IndUni-C-Bold, IndUni-C-BoldOblique, IndUni-C-Oblique, IndUni-C-Regular, IndUni-CMono-Bold, IndUni-CMono-BoldOblique, IndUni-CMono-Oblique, IndUni-CMono-Regular, IndUni-H-Bold, IndUni-H-BoldOblique, IndUni-H-Oblique, IndUni-H-Regular, IndUni-N-Bold, IndUni-N-BoldItalic, IndUni-N-Italic, IndUni-N-Roman, IndUni-P-Bold, IndUni-P-BoldItalic, IndUni-P-Italic, IndUni-P-Roman, IndUni-T-Bold, IndUni-T-BoldItalic, IndUni-T-Italic, IndUni-T-Roman. The letters C, H, N, P and T stand for lookalikes of Courier, Helvetica, New Century Schoolbook, Palatino and Times, respectively. Cyrillic glyphs added by Valek Filippov. As well as a comprehensive set of "Indian" characters, all the letter forms required for Avestan and for the Pinyin representation of Chinese, a set of Cyrillic characters and a basic set of Greek letters, the fonts implement almost the whole of the Multilingual European Subset 1 of Unicode. The IndUni-T fonts also contain versions of j-underdot, used for some Dardic languages.

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