Embedded Font Troubleshooting
KeymanWeb allows users to display and enter text that may require a font not normally installed with your operating system, by including (embedding) a special copy of a suitable font in the web page.
However, many older browsers do not support the use of embedded fonts. This test page will help you to find out whether or not your browser supports the use of embedded fonts for a number of languages which may not be fully supported by your operating system.
In the table below, the left column has an image showing how the sample text should appear, the center column displays the sample text using a font installed on your system, if available, and the right column shows the same sample text displayed using an embedded font downloaded automatically with this web page.
Note: This page may take a minute or more to load all of the fonts needed to display correctly.
|Language||Sample text - image||Sample text - installed font||Sample text - embedded font*|
*If the embedded font display for a language is not exactly the same as in the corresponding image, for example, with script characters shown but incorrectly positioned or ordered, you will need to install the Keyman Desktop package for your language onto your computer. You can download the Keyman Desktop package by clicking the "Help on this keyboard" link in the On Screen Keyboard. This is likely to be observed with scripts such as Burmese, Khmer or Tibetan if your operating system does not fully support the display of the font used for those scripts.
If you are experiencing continued difficulty in using KeymanWeb and have not been able to find a solution on this site, please contact us.