|Scripts||Latin [Latn] | Greek [Grek] | Hebrew [Hebr]|
|Languages||Greek, Modern (1453-) [ell] | Hebrew [heb]|
|Created||2011-03-01 10:45:33 by stephanie_holloway|
|Modified||2012-02-07 11:13:17 by sharoncorrell|
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The Cardo font contains a very large number of Latin, Greek and Hebrew characters, as well as the following OpenType features: old style numerals, proportional numerals, standard ligatures, discretionary ligatures, historical forms, and historical ligatures. A new italic style of the font has been created, which at the time of writing only contains Latin characters. There are plans to create italic style variants of the remaining characters also.
|Link||Fonts for Latin, Germanic Languages, Greek, Hebrew and Linguistics|
For Windows, you need at least Windows 95 and a word processor that can handle Unicode-based documents: either Microsoft Word 97 or more recent, or OpenOffice 1.0 or greater.
|Copyright||© 2001-2010 David J. Perry|
|License||SIL Open Font License 1.1 Allows use, study, modification, redistribution|
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