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For the toki pona language there is a writing system where each word is replaced by a single logogram or hieroglyph. There is also a web-based converter which allows you to enter a text in toki pona and converts it into a single PNG rendering in said hieroglyphs.

However, I was wondering if there was a way to directly produce texts in hieroglyphs, either as a font, or as a set of individual image files (ie one per word/hieroglyph), which could be used to render texts on webpages etc.

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toki!

a, mi jo e sitelen tawa toki pona. nimi ona li linja pona. sina ken anpa e ona kepeken nimi tawa ni. 😉

Hi! Yes, I have a script for toki pona. Its name is linja pona. You can download it by using this link. 😉

  • "Ah, I have images for toki pona. It's name is linja pona ("good lines"). " Don't quite get the second part, but it's a link to a toki pona hierogplyphics font that one can use. -- maybe "you can download and use it here"? – Oliver Mason Jun 17 at 8:33
  • Base on this Meta discussion I'm inclined to remove this answer if @KNTRO won't give a translation. Of course you can make the case in Meta that answers in conlangs should be allowed. – curiousdannii Jun 18 at 0:42
  • "Hi! Yes, I have a script for Toki Pona. Its name is linja pona. You can download it by using this link". tenpo ni la, sina pillin pona anu seme? 🙄 – KNTRO Jun 18 at 9:24
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    How would I type in it? – MilkyWay90 Jun 18 at 17:23
  • Here's an example, using GIMP 2.10.10. @curiousdannii You forgot to add the ”😉” emoji in the edition. 😝 – KNTRO Jun 19 at 8:49

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