This subtopic covers everything about SIL's open-source smart-font rendering engine called Graphite, developed to display complex scripts commonly used by many language groups around the non-Western world.
Another rich source of information on this topic is the NRSI Computers & Writing Systems site.3
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|Graphite Description Language|
|Graphite Web Site|
|Using Graphite to Address Challenges in Nastaliq-style Arabic Script|
These are posts from the blogs on this site; the full blogs can be accessed under the Topics link. Click on the entry title to see full details.
|Accessing Graphite features in LibreOffice|
|Debugging multi-technology fonts|
|Graide 0.5 released|
|Graphite font features in Firefox 11|
|Graphite kerning for right-to-left scripts|
|Graphite support in Firefox 11|
|Towards a system for organizing glyph collision rules|
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|Applications that support Graphite - Graphite||web page|
|Examples of Complex Rendering - Computers and Writing Systems||web page|
|Guidelines for Writing System Support - Smart Rendering: Glyph processing - scripts.sil.org||web page|
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