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Nitartha International and the Nitartha-Sambhota software team have released a new upgrade of the Sambhota software package called Sambhota 4.0.
We have developed a new set of cursive fonts called Drutsa, Khamdris and Ume and have also added a new Uchen font called Narthang.
|Nitartha-Sambhota 4.0 (windows)
Sambhota 4.0 for Windows provides users with 5 different fonts for publishing needs. Includes 3 ume fonts, 2 uchen fonts and a spell-checker and conversion tool. It also includes our new SambhotaUnicode font. Note that Sambhota 4.0 does not work with 64-bit Word 2010 but does work with 32-bit Word 2010. Check the Sambhota 4.0 page for more information on this package.
|Nitartha-Sambhota 4.0 (windows) - Upgrade from 2.0
This is our Sambhota 4.0 software package but for existing Sambhota 2.0 customers. Sambhota 2.0 required. Note that Sambhota 4.0 does not work with 64-bit Word 2010 but does work with 32-bit Word 2010. Check the Sambhota 4.0 page for more information on this package.
|Nitartha-SambhotaUnicode Font (windows & mac)
SambhotaUnicode for Windows/Macintosh provides a cross-platform capability to use Tibetan fonts for writing and publishing. Check the SambhotaUnicode page for requirements and more information. (Font Only - does not include keyboard driver)
|Nitartha-Sambhota 2.1 (mac)
Sambhota 2.1 for Mac provides users with the ability to type Tibetan into our editor Sambhota Edit or to convert Wylie and Asian Classics ascii files using the Sambhota Converter. Our 5 Tibetan fonts are included in this package and work in both Sambhota Edit and the Sambhota Converter. Check the Sambhota 2.1 page for more information on this package.
Our latest distribution of the Sambhota fonts now includes a number of cursive fonts. Both the Ume and Khamdris fonts contain hundreds of character stacks supporting a wide variety of Tibetan-Sanskrit. The Drutsa font has been designed for creating posters, text titles and the like. As a result, it contains a more abbreviated selection of characters.
All of the fonts presented are included in the Sambhota 4.0 package so there is no need to purchase individual fonts.
Recognizing the need to move towards platform and software independent standards, Nitartha is releasing SambhotaUnicode.
Unicode standards enable alternative computer platforms like LINUX and BeOS coupled with open source software such as OpenOffice to utilize Tibetan fonts for word proceessing, html development and graphic design.