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Tolkien's Father Christmas Letters BabelStone Goblin is designed for horizontal layout, whereas BabelStone Goblin Vertical is designed for vertical layout.
Note that the glyphs of the vertical font will be rotated counterclockwise with respect to normal reading orientation when used in horizontal contexts see Vertical Layout in IE8 for information about how to achieve vertical left-to-right layout in HTML. Likewise, the font automatically generates special glyph forms for doubled Goblin Alphabet. Not unexpectedly, Microsoft Word does not apply any of the OpenType features in the Goblin fonts same applies to WordPadand so if you really must use Word, then you will have to manually enter digraph and ligature glyphs as PUA characters.
The BabelStone Goblin fonts extend Tolkien's original Goblin alphabet to cover all characters in the Basic Latin Goblin Alphabet of Unicode with specially devised glyphs. This allows you to use punctuation marks and digits in writing Goblin if you wish to do so, or not to if you are a Goblin puritan.
The tables below render each character in the BabelStone Goblin font, either using Goblin Alphabet font installed on your local machine or using a WOFF font if the font is not installed on Bbw Nympho local machine.
The license also allows you to modify the font in any way you like, as long as the modified font does not use "BabelStone" in its name.
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Tolkien's Father Christmas Letters
Mar 10, · The Goblin Alphabet was used by the goblins of the North Pole. Description. Christina Scull and Wayne G. Hammond have noted that the Goblin alphabet is a pictographic writing system, conveying its meaning through its pictorial similarity to objects. Arden R. Smith has commented that the Goblin alphabet is.
27 rows · The letters of the Goblin alphabet are: Of these 26 letters, 12 are vowels (A, Â, Ä, Å, E, Ê, Ë, .
Tolkien's Father Christmas Letters. Polar Bear's Christmas Letter from J. Tokien's The Father Christmas Letters Like the Mongolian, Manchu and Phags-pa scripts, Goblin is normally written in vertical columns running left-to-right across the page, but it can also be written horizontally left-to-right. As I do not know how to combine vertical and horizontal glyph layout in a single font, I have found it simplest to create two versions of my font, BabelStone Goblin for horizontal layout, and BabelStone Goblin Vertical for vertical layout. The fonts may be downloaded for free from my website. As discussed previously , Internet Explorer version 8 supports the vertical left-to-right layout that Mongolian, Manchu, Phags-pa and Goblin require, and so I have been able to reproduce quite accurately the layout of the above letter using the vertical version of my font in IE8.