by fayrsamm
Published: November 20, 2022 (7 days ago)

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Thai Fonts .ttf

open source software (oss) foundry releases many thai fonts, including the fontforge thai font (fz). their server is located in thailand and all the thai fonts are free for download. note: the thai fonts should be installed under the samsu language (thai).

glyphs in the.ttf file are saved as unicode characters. unicode is a character encoding that allows many languages to use the same set of numbers to represent language letters. the programs that read fonts read them in unicode.

the file names of the thai font.ttf files are very long, and very hard to type. for a short name, i have used the thai font samples and the unicode names for this page. if you know the unicode name, you can download it from here: you can also use the unicode heading map to name your fonts.

icons from this page are in the iconic font from font squirrel. please use the icon first that works for you. if you are just looking for a basic thai font that is not inconsistent you can use: thai old . you can use an icon with the font, thai unicode , and unithai .

the installation process will download and install the desired fonts into the /usr/local/fonts directory. to download and install a font from a web site, copy the font name from the browser address bar as shown below.

samethai from creative industrial is a font that also cover all of the georgian alphabet. i do not believe that there is a fork of this font called geatha, and if there is one, i would like to know. also, a typeface based on thai script named ‘log’ which includes another thai-based typeface (dalarm) with a high-tech look inspired by the complex thai script. however, the typeface is not free to use under any circumstance.

please note that there is no guarantee that the fonts are continuous. during the process of translation from the name into the language, some of the characters may get changed to a very different font.
for example, the name of the browser is ‘google chrome’, but the character varies from the original input name. therefore, in this case, i have used the original input name as well as the characters in the unicode chart as the iso-8859-1 code.
what makes a font special? well, the greek ligatures is the most obvious difference that i noticed when i learned one of these two fonts. the first character of the sentence is not “neoplatonism”, but [j]. at any rate, we are looking at the [y] phonetic extensions which cover the thai unicode. this is a typeface with a lot of features. that means that you can use it as a modern font in graphics, logos, web and other projects without any problems.
i also tested the font in indesign and both programs behave really well with this font. i can attest that the font looks great for use in presentations or writing the web. i may be subject to future changes, but at least in these scenarios, the font works like a dream.
when you start researching a software package, there are sometimes hidden gems and strange artifacts, like this. some of the fonts, such as ‘typewriter’,’retro’ or ‘powerline’ even have a modern appearance, but have a code that looks like the original os x / classic.
there are a lot of reasons to study thai language, and this is just one of them. not only does it look cool, it’s far easier to understand than other languages. for more information on thai culture and language, check out our article . if you have comments or questions, please feel free to leave them below.