We designed our first Khmer font in 1989 on a Macintosh; it quickly spread and was used for several daily newspapers in Cambodia and school primers. Even today, it’s not uncommon to see our typeface in Cambodian publications.
The Khmer script is actually quite complex, requiring plenty of typographic features to display it properly but the Khmer Language Kit automates all of these transformations for you. The kit represents more than a year of testing and the latest release takes into account all of the suggestions and comments that have come from users.
Our kit uses Unicode as the basis and works in conjunction with the built-in Unicode rendering engine of OS X. This means you can use the kit with fully Unicode compliant applications like Pages, Mail, TextEdit, Nisus Writer Express, Create, Bean. For more information about compatibility issues, please visit this page.
This Khmer Language Kit ships with our best Khmer typeface in two weights and a keyboard driver based on the latest Unicode standard keyboard used in Cambodia. You can also add our Muul typeface at a discount ($19 for existing customers).
XenoType Muul $19 USD
We're also working to convert an Ancient Khmer typeface.
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