pIqaD Font for Bing’s Klingon Translator

[Halloween, 2013, updated link, Bing fixed the script code for pIqaD]

People have asked me where to get a pIqaD font to use with Bing’s Klingon Translator http://www.bing.com/translator/?from=en&to=tlh-Qaak&text=Hello%20Earth,%20I%20made%20the%20font

That’s actually a font I made.  (I’m not a font designer, so it has some rough spots, but it seems to work for most purposes).

The pIqaD font is licensed under the Microsoft Public License (MS-PL).

I’ve attached a zip with an updated version of the font.  Both a ttf font to install locally, and a woff file if you want to embed it in a web site.  It’s called “pIqaD”, so you’ll have to pick that to use it in Word or whatever.


pIqaD Font.zip

Comments (3)

  1. Shawn Steele says:

    BTW, when you see the font preview it doesn't show the Klingon glyphs.  You have to install the font and then use the codepoints from Michael Everson's conscript registry, http://www.evertype.com/…/klingon.html

    If you install the font and either hook up the font linking fallback or copy this somewhere and select pIqaD, then   should render "correctly"

  2. Shawn Steele says:

    (Follow the earlier Klingon links blogs.msdn.com/…/klingon to enable the font fallback)

  3.  says:

    I already have a font called "pIqaD" on my system.

    Are you able to call yours something else? Maybe include "bing" in the title to help us remember it's the pIqaD font on bing?