Baybayin Boxed Type Font

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Baybayin Boxed Type Font - my second set of font.

This is my second set of Baybayin font. It’s a bit recognizable than the last one (Baybayin Kata Font).

There are slight changes in the use of kudlit and sabát (virama). Between the vowels “e and I” – e with two kudlit and i has one; and “o and u” – o with one kudlit and u with two. Also, the virama or cross kudlit is looking more like a capital letter “T” than a “+”.

If you prefer to write in the Spanish “reformed” Baybayin system, the cross-shaped kudlít (+) can be typed by using the underscore/low line key ( _ ), instead of the plus/equal key ( +/= ). It cancels the vowel sound that is always pronounced with any consonant of the Baybayin.

For the letter j with a phonetic sound of “diya”, type j. In this particular set of font, I combined “d” with a virama followed by ”ya” , incorporated as one key stroke.
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