Monday, July 4, 2011

Հայաստան!

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.

6 comments:

Gayane Dallakyan said...

Hello Jon,

Here it is working perfectly!

http://bit.ly/armenian-wordle

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!

http://kornelij.livejournal.com/1173463.html

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.