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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Why I made yet another Cree syllabics converter

The Western Cree languages—Plains Cree, Woods Cree, and Swampy Cree—are written using two systems: one with letters borrowed from the English alphabet, in a system known as the standard Roman...

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