The Mongolian is the script used by Mongolain Peoples from 13th Century. It is actually an alphabetic script, but the Mongolian have a special writing style. Firstly, the Mongolian write in vertical line and the line feed direction is from left to right. This writing style is all different from other languages existing on the world. It is different with the Chinese and Japanese Vertical Line mode. Secondly, the Mongolian alphabet will be writing as continuously in a word. All of the alphabet, will be changed to different glyph to write at a word beginning, in a word between other alphabet, or at the word final position. For this reason, the Mongolian alphabet at least have 4 presentation glyphs, Isolate, Initial, Medial, and Final presentation glyph. Some of them have other special glyphs additionally.
We are strongly promote the Unicode Mongolian Standards for unifying the Mongolian system encodings to make our Mongolian digital worlds will be able to communicate each other directly. This Mongolian Font site will provide necessary Fonts, Techniques and Applications for Unicode Mongolian Standards. Please feel free to download and utilize it. If you have any additional questions or advices, please let us know.
The Unicode Mongolian on Windows XP
If you are using Windows XP, please download the package bellow, and install under the instruction in readme.txt. After restart your Windows XP after installation and Language and Region setup in Control Panel, you can show the Unicode Mongolian on your PC. Please check it by show our web page http://www.mongolfont.com/
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