Japanese Handbook Released

by Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer

8 November 2016

As of today, a Japanese translation of the Glyphs Handbook is available for download. London-based type designer Toshi Omagari deserves a round of applause for this huge piece of work. Toshi also translated the user interface of Glyphs. So, if you have been running the app in Japanese, you have been reading his translations already. With the translation of the Handbook, the user experience for our friends in Japan is now complete.

So, if you read Japanese, please head on over to the Get Started section and download your PDF today.