Font Veleka | Шрифт Велека
Veleka is complete modification of Charis SIL, copyrighted (c) by SIL International, 1997-2014 under SIL license (the SIL license is attached with the Veleka font, and is also available with a FAQ at: http://scripts.sil.org/OFL).
Although Charis SIL is intended to be a multilingual font it has some limitations, which were the reason to create the Veleka font.
What is new in the Veleka v. 1.000?
1. There is a full support for Greek in the Unicode range uni0370:uni03CE.
2. There are two models of Cyrillic for the range uni0410:uniuni044F (Modern Bulgarian Cyrillic and Russian Traditional Cyrillic).
3. There are two ways to switch between the modern and traditional Cyrillic (either by using locl feature for Russin language, or by using Style Set 01 feature).
4. There is a full support for Open Type features: Latin All Caps (case + cpsp), Ligatures, Discretionary Ligatures, Fractions, Ordinals, Swash, Titling Alternates, Contextual Alternates, Small Caps, All Small Caps, Slashed Zero, Stylistic Set 01, Stylistic Set 02, Superscript/Superior, Subscript/Inferior, Numerator, Denominator, Proportional Oldstyle, Proportional Lining, Tabular Oldstyle, Tabular Lining, Default Figure Style.
5. There is a lot of new glyphs in all the main Unicode ranges: Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, IPA etc.
6. The glyphs are rearranged according to Unicode 9.0.
What is expected to be done in the near future for Veleka font?
1. Publishing of the v. 1.000 for Veleka Bold, Veleka Italic, Veleka Bold Italic.
2. Full support for Greek Extended range uni1F00:uni1FFF.
3. Maximum support for Cyrillic (maybe with the Glagolitic glyphs also).
4. Bug fixing, clearing of the design of the glyphs, better metrics and better hinting.
5. New Veleka formats: TTF, WOFF.
Although Veleka is derivated font it is quite different from the original, offering a lot of new features and being really a multilingual font.
If you like the font Veleka, please support us either by sending us a message, or by concidering donnation.
Stefan Peev | Стефан Пеев