Chakma Unicode Font
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The Chakma alphabet (Ajhā pāṭh), also called Ojhapath, Ojhopath, Aaojhapath, is an abugida used for the Chakma language and which is being adapted for the Tanchangya language. The forms of the letters are quite similar to those of the Burmese script.
Everson, Michael; Hosken, Martin (August 13, 2009). "Proposal for encoding the Chakma script in the UCS". The script is included in Unicode version 6.1.0. “Version 6.1 of the Unicode Standard continues the Unicode Consortium's long-term commitment to support the full diversity of languages around the world.”* Among others Chakma script have been added (11100..1114F). The standard is not enough—people need the font to write. First Chakma Unicode released by Rebeng IT Solution Ltd. RibengUni font, see: http://uni.hilledu.com/download-ribenguni/, designed by Bivuti Chakma (Suz Moriz) & Jyoti Chakma a [Bangladesh] with assistance of Jan Żurawski [Poland]. The font is released under SIL Open Font License. Latin part is adopted from the other OFLicensed font released recently. The script is included in Unicode version 6.1.0. A Chakma Unicode Font was developed and released in 6 October 2012.
Download RibengUni Chakma Font and Keyboard Layout Software (Free Download):- http://uni.hilledu.com/download-ribenguni/
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