LaserCoptic for Windows
Professional-quality, hinted, scalable fonts, CopticLS and NagHammadiLS, both in
TrueType® and Type 1 (PostScript®) font formats. LaserCoptic contains the entire set of
Coptic characters, including letters derived from Demotic and the characters for Sahidic,
Fayumic, Bohairic, a minispace, and a variety of overstrike bars and dots and special
Coptic diacritical marks which can be placed over or under any letter and in any
combination. The logical, intuitive keyboard layout has Coptic sounds on their
corresponding English keys.
System Requirements: The TrueType® fonts install into Microsoft® Windows 7, Vista, XP, or 2000, and work with all Windows
7-, Vista-, XP-, and 2000-compatible
applications that allow the user to select fonts from a font menu. (A previous version
is available for Windows NT, Me, 98, or 95; please contact the
Sales office.) The product includes
a User's Manual and keyboard layout chart(s). The included keyboard driver(s) allows access to
four characters per key (instead of the normal two) and alternate keyboard
layouts. All documentation is in PDF format, available on the Windows Start
menu, and can be viewed and/or printed using
Adobe Reader. The fonts will print to any printer at
the highest quality allowed by your printer.
A custom version (fonts only) is available
but Linux users must provide alternate keyboard input for characters in the
extended character set. If you are ordering for Linux be sure to select the
Linux box on the Order Form.
Cost: US$ 99.95 Order
Do you need to upgrade? Check the
current version number and a Release History.
LaserCoptic for Macintosh
TrueType® and ATM-compatible type 1 hinted CopticLS and NagHammadiLS fonts with 10,
12, 14, 18, 24, 36, and 48 point bitmap fonts. Includes EuroScript® Coptic scripts for
automatic selection of overstrike bars with or without understrike dots. The keyboard
like an English typewriter, 'A' sound on A key, etc., following the alphabetic arrangement
of LaserGreek. LaserCoptic contains the entire set of
Coptic characters, including letters derived from Demotic and the characters for
Sahidic, Fayumic, Bohairic, a minispace, and a variety of overstrike bars and
dots and special Coptic diacritical marks which can be placed over or under any
letter and in any combination.
System Requirements: The font may be typed using the US keyboard, or with an included keyboard resource that
installs into OS X 10.2 and above or System 7.1-9.x. (The alternate keyboard
does not support OS X 10.0 or 10.1, which do not allow installation of
alternate keyboard resources. Owners of OS X 10.0 or 10.1 must use the US
keyboard.) The alternate input method uses the EuroScript® scripting system,
which installs into Classic Mode of OS X and into System 7.1-9.x. (EuroScript has been tested in OS X 10.3 Classic Mode.) The product includes a User's Manual, keyboard
resource, and keyboard layout charts.
Cost: US$ 99.95 Order
Here's what others are saying about LaserCoptic:
"All your products are really beautiful in addition to being functional.
My heartiest congratulations! I am absolutely amazed by your talent and
genius. My very best regards and gratitude,"
Michael F. Pajak, Mount Laurel, NJ
"Thank you very much for your help and explanations. I love your
Michael J. Rowe, Barensville, GA
"For years now I've loved your fonts - they're simply the best. Nothing
on the market, whether free or for purchase, comes close. Thanks so
much, looks great! I always have loved your fonts and resources!"
Dr. Ronald L. Giese, Desert Springs Church, Albuquerque, NM, USA
"As a longtime user of your Greek and Coptic fonts, I have always been
impressed by the high quality of the fonts you produce and have also been
grateful for your team's attention to customer service and technical
Prof. Byard Bennett, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, MI,
"The software works beautifully! Many thanks for your help and kind
Allen Callahan, Cambridge, MA
"CopticLS and NagHammadiLS are two excellent Coptic fonts.
CopticLS is a useful font for reproducing Greek Uncial script, including nomina
sacra superscript lines."
Bruce Prior, Blaine, Washington USA