Windows, Mac, and Ubuntu (Linux) Keyboards for Typing with Unicode Roman-script Pāli Fonts.
Under the Unicode system, characters are placed in code charts. Each character (or symbol) has a unique number, known as code point, assigned to it. In the Pali Roman script, there are several characters with diacritics. These characters are located in the Unicode system in three separate code charts.
In cooperation with BITSTREAM, the TITUS project has prepared a Unicode Font (in Windows TTF format) to match the requirements of linguists and philologists working on several languages (ancient and modern). This font (named "TITUS Cyberbit Basic"), now compliant with UNICODE 4.0 , is available for non-commercial users only.
The expert fontdesigner Ulrich Stiehl has been so kind to create this font for the Buddhist Publication Society. It has all English, French, and German characters, besides the transliteration characters needed for Pali, Classical Sanskrit and Sinhala.