Prachalit Lipi Font (प्रचलित लिपि) is used for writing the Newari language or Nepal Bhasa of Nepal. Prachalit Lipi script is one of six subsumed under the name Nepal-Lipi, literally ‘Nepal-Script’, though it is not to be confused with Devanagari, which is the script used for writing Nepali.
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For Windows 10/ Windows 7 / Vista users:
- Right-click the Prachalit Lipi Font file(s) and choose "Install"
For users of the previous Windows versions:
Copy Prachalit Lipi Font & paste into a default Windows font folder (usually C:\WINDOWS\FONTS or C:\WINNT\FONTS)
For Mac OS X 10.3 or above (including the FontBook)
Double-click Prachalit Lipi Font file and hit "Install font" button at the bottom of the preview.
For Mac OS X
Either copy the Nagarik font file(s) to /Library/Fonts (for all users), or to /Users/Your_username/Library/Fonts (for you only).
For Mac OS 9 or earlier
You have to convert the Prachalit Lipi Font file(s) you have downloaded. Drag the font suitcases into the System folder. The system will propose you to add them to the Fonts folder.
For Linux Users
Copy the Prachalit Lipi Font file(s) to /USR/SHARE/FONTS
The Prachalit Lipi is used for writing the Newari language of Nepal. This language is also called Nepal-Bhasha, literally ‘Nepal-Language’.