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This directory contains: * nkCherokee.ttf -- this is the font file. Consult your operating system help to learn how to install it * nkCherokee.sfd -- FontForge source file * nkCherokee-grid.pdf -- a sampler of how the font looks, in the traditional grid arrangement of Cherokee syllabary. * LICENSE.txt -- contains information about copyright and licensing. Additional notes on the design: This font does not use the proper unicode page for Cherokee, as it was designed as a drop-in replacement for the traditional Cherokee nation font, which uses another keyboard mapping. Multi-glyph characters have also been replicated. See: http://www.cherokee.org/Culture/Font/Keyboard.htm After almost a decade (!) there are several things that I am unhappy about with this font. The design of a few characters could be improved, particularly NV. If you would like to adopt this font I would suggest a revision there. I would have done it myself but I am having trouble with my font-editing software at the moment. -- Neil Kandalgaonkar, 15 February 2011