Monday, July 4, 2011


For whatever reason, a spate of requests have recently come in for Armenian language support. I'm happy to report that I've deployed a new build of Wordle with Mark Williamson's MPH 2B Damase font built-in. It's a very high-quality font, with support for many Unicode scripts. It's not particularly stylish or fanciful, but at least Armenian-literate folk can now enjoy the use of Wordle.

I hope that my Armenian-literate users will let me know if anything doesn't work as expected.

Oh, and there's now support for カタカナ and ひらがな, through the Chrysanthi Unicode font.


Gayane Dallakyan said...

Hello Jon,

Here it is working perfectly!

Բի Էս Սի Բիզնեսի Աջակցման Կենտրոն said...

Dear Jonathan,

We are business consulting company in Armenia and we provide web marketing to our clients. This is a very nice tool and very handy. We are going to publish an article on our blog about it.

Thank you for supporting Armenia. Հայաստան!

Gayane Dallakyan said...

Hey Jon :)

You've probably never thought of this kind of usage of Wordle!

Samvel used it to analyze the speeches of political coalition leaders :DDD

Gayane Dallakyan said...

Hi Jon :( What happened to this brilliant change. Now again we cannot use Armenian letters. :(

Jonathan Feinberg said...
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Jonathan Feinberg said...

I was just able to create this one. Seems ok to me.