Please post and discuss suggestions, ideas, and reports of issues related to the Kurinto fonts! To maximize chances of getting a fix (and minimize hassles) please include as much detail as possible, including specific font names and locations, example documents, and screen captures of the issues.
Please visit www.Kurinto.com to access the fonts themselves.
Note that, while Kurinto is licensed under the OFL (Open Font License, version 1.1), the contents of (and submissions to) this repositiory are licensed under CC-BY.
Kurinto is a large collection of free fonts that include most of the characters in every human language. The collection is designed for authors who write primarily in a European language (i.e. using Latin letters), but who also include text that uses other, non-European, writing systems.
While the fonts can be useful in many situations, they are specifically intended for authors who use word processors (such as Microsoft Word) to publish multi-language text to digital documents (such as PDF). Academic publishing is an ideal use of these fonts.
-- Clint Goss