One of the issues in the past for using Khmer Unicode on a website was you never knew which fonts the end-user had. If they just have the default fonts from Microsoft, they won’t really be able to read your site at all. Now there is a solution – the Google Web Font API with Khmer fonts thanks to Danh Hong! If you have a website that uses Khmer Unicode you are going to want to check this out: VISIT: Google Web Fonts API for Khmer Learn how to use these fonts on your website here: Beautiful Khmer Web Fonts
We just uploaded a new version of our English to Khmer dictionary – now at version .07 We added part of speech tags as well as corrected some entries. UPDATE: There is now a new version of this dictionary. Download by clicking the button below: Download “SBBIC Free English to Khmer Dictionary with Chuon Nath for Windows” SBBIC-Khmer-English-Dictionary-1.01.zip – Downloaded 73094 times – 31.42 MB
We’ve been testing a new Java application to use for Khmer word breaking. As you know, Khmer does not use spaces between words, and that causes some difficulties when using Khmer with a computer. We’ve tested a new Java application (click here to download the unmodified source or view link at the bottom to download the latest Khmer dictionary with a built version) against the two current solutions and the results are promising (special thanks to Dave Jarvis the author for his willingness to let us use his application and even help us with making it work with Khmer). Here’s…
One of the issues with the current Khmer Unicode fonts is the English characters included do not look good (and this is understandable as they were not meant to be used as English fonts). But for some, we use both English and Khmer, in certain documents and so having a font that displays Khmer and English properly is necessary. We recently combined the KhmerOS Battambang font with Droid Serif to create an appealing sans-serif font for both English and Khmer. Download “Khmer SBBIC Serif Font” kmSBBICsf.zip – Downloaded 1825 times – 76.39 KB
One of the issues with the current Khmer Unicode fonts is the English characters included do not look good (and this is understandable as they were not meant to be used as English fonts). But for some, we use both English and Khmer, especially when it comes to a system user interface (like OpenOffice). We recently combined the KhmerOS System font with Liberation Sans to create an appealing system font for both English and Khmer. For instructions on how to use this font as your system font in OpenOffice please click here. Download “SBBIC System Font” kmSBBICsys.zip – Downloaded 2658…
As we work on the Khmer Grammar checker project we are in need of a Java programmer who would be willing to modify some java programming for us. If you, or if you know of anyone who would be willing, please let us know. Thank you! [contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
The PANCambodia website has been down for some time now, but we just learned that all their resources are available for download from the main PAN site: http://www.panl10n.net/english/OutputsCambodia2.htm In the next few days we will be updating our links to reflect this new site. Thanks!