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Zawgyi font is the predominant typeface used for Burmese language text on websites. It is a font with Burmese characters. It is also known as Zawgyi-One or zawgyi1 font although updated versions of this font were not named Zawgyi-two. It is the most popular font on Burmese websites. Although some of the codepoints are similar to the Myanmar script as encoded in Unicode, the font does not correspond to the correct Unicode encoding and therefore is incompatible.