Doing some quick focus at exotic scripts around, we stumbled upon this one from 8th century CE India. The pallava script derived from the Proto Brahmi script seems to have a later influence on the orthographic evolution of South East asian scripts including Khmer and writing systems including Sinhala have its influence. Apparently used as the prevalent script to write Sanskrit prior to the taking over of Nagari/Devanagari scripts post 10th century CE.
Image: Hand crafted image in Pallava script by Ms. Jayalakshmi P Iyangar with the text jayaM vedasya sArathiM.
PS: Albeit a later developed script, Khmer does show a good degree of similarity with Pallava script. You could check out Google’s Swannaphum Webfont or Freehand as good free flowing unicode compliant type faces for Khmer.
Thank you dear users for pouring in your suggestions over Twitter, email and other media about what you feel is the trajectory the app and development needs to take. Some, as we mentioned earlier were readily adoptable into the development landscape but some had to wait for a while to be included. Here are some features/fixes to expect in the next update that you can play around within a week’s time.
And as usual, keep the suggestions pouring so that we can customize the app to give you and the typoholics out there the best app experience possible.
And here comes the next milestone, 5000+ users aboard. Impressive ain’t it ? Of course we found another impressive happening in the ecosystem. We are getting to see some wonderful reactions, both brickbats and bouquets that are helping us provide you the app experience that you as the end user prefer it to be. Some serious bug fixes, feature additions all thanks to such interactions and more importantly, Typeface spotting and some new ideas on foundries/Typefaces. Stay tuned for more h-app-ening updates.
No more blurry pictures! We are almost ready with the latest update V1.1.
etiennepacifico asked: hi fontli-crew. i just wanted to ask which channel is the best to send feedback to the app and experience? love using fontli so far! best, etienne
Thank you so much! We would love to hear from you. The quickest way to hear from us shooting a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
So waiting for your mail there:)
We are privileged. Thank you Erik.