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* TIBETAN MACHINE WEB TRUE TYPE FONT *

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* Made available publically through the cooperation of *

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* The Tibetan Computer Company (http://www.tibet.dk/tcc/) *

* The Trace Foundation (http:/trace.org/) *

* The Tibetan & Himalayan Digital Library *

* (http://iris.lib.virginia.edu/tibet/) *

* Fonts and Documentation created by Tony Duff *

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* Released October 1, 2001. *

* Updated December 11, 2001. *

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LICENSE: These fonts are governed by the terms of the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE,

Version 2 (see attached file).



DESCRIPTION: This folder contains the files you will need to install and use the

Tibetan Machine Web True Type font. The font itself consists of ten (10) files that

need to be installed in the system's font folder, a PDF file containing the font's

documentation, and this ReadMe file.



SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 95 and higher, Mac OS, Linux.



INSTALLATION: To install the files copy them from the folder to which they were extracted into the system's font folder. In Windows this generally under Windows/Fonts; on the Mac this is found in

System/Fonts, both paths starting from the hard-drive's root directory.

The fonts are True Type fonts.



FILE NAMES: There are seven (12) files contained in this folder:



FONT FILES (10)

Timwn.ttf

Timwn1.ttf

Timwn2.ttf

Timwn3.ttf

Timwn4.ttf

Timwn5.ttf

Timwn6.ttf

Timwn7.ttf

Timwn8.ttf

Timwn9.ttf



DOCUMENTATION FILES (2)

ReadMe - This ReadMe text file

Tibetan Web Machine Documentation - This is a PDF file that contains the original

documentation for the font, including descriptions of the glyphs and their

ASCII codes, as well as informationon which vowel glyphs are used with each

consonant glyph or stack glyph. The font encodings are included with the

manual for Tibetan! 5.1, a plug-in for Microsoft Word written by Tony Duff

of the Tibetan Computer Company and also available for free download from

the Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library's Digital Media Tools site at

http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/tibet/tools.