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Type Salish Languages in All Programs!*

Designed for Windows for Windows

Designed for Windows for Macintosh

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A Unicode-encoded version of this product is available with superior compatibility, graphic output, and ease of typing. Click to see if it better meets your needs. (Opens a new window.)

LaserSalish is available for both Windows and Macintosh and provides professional-quality Salish fonts in TrueType® and Type 1 (PostScript®) format in five typestyles (Times®-, Helvetica®-, Garamond-, Palatino®-, and Zapf Chancery®-styles), each in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic styles (except SalishLSChan, which is plain only). LaserSalish fonts contain the entire character set for many northwest Native American Salishan languages, plus Kootenai, plus English and other west European (or Latin 1) languages. The product includes keyboard software allowing intuitive input of all the special characters used in Salish (*in all programs that allow you to select a font from a font menu). The LaserSalish fonts support at least the following Salishan languages:

Languages Supported By LaserSalish

Languages Supported By LaserSalish

bulletClallam (Klallam) bulletLower Chehalis bulletSquamish
bulletCoeur d'Alene bulletLushootseed bulletSpokane
bulletColumbian bulletNooksack bulletThompson (Nlaka'pamuctsin, Nlaka'pamux)
bulletComox (K'omoks) bulletNorthern Straits bulletTillamook
bulletCowlitz bulletOkanagan (nsәlxcin, nsyilxcn) bulletTwana (Skokomish, Tuwáduqutšad)
bulletFlathead bulletPentlatch (Puntlatch, Puntledge) bulletUpper Chehalis
bulletHalkomelem bulletQuinault  
bulletKalispel bulletSeshelt  
bulletLillooet (Lilloet) bulletShuswap (Secwepemctsin)  

For a list of other Salish languages, dialects, and sub-dialects that may be supported by these fonts, plus alternate spellings, see below.

Typing Salishan Languages

Typing Salishan Languages

Salish (Salishan) languages use a combination of special characters, characters with diacritics, and standard Latin letters with accents and multiple accents. The LaserSalish fonts support these character combinations, and the included keyboard software makes it easy to type any character combination supported by the fonts. The keyboard software supports a dead key input method. You first type a dead key representing an accent or other diacritic, and nothing appears to happen on screen. Then you type the letter you want accented and the keyboard software places the pre-composed letter with its diacritic(s) into your document. Here are a few examples of dead key input for Salish letters. In the first example below, you first type the semicolon key ( ; ) and nothing appears to happen on screen. Then you type the k and the glottalized-k is placed in your document.

Typing Salishan characters using dead key input.

The product includes a keyboard layout chart showing the location on the keyboard of all characters.

Following is detailed information about the Windows and Macintosh products, followed by font samples.

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LaserSalish for Windows

LaserSalish for Windows

Windows System Requirements: The fonts install into Microsoft® Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, or XP, and work with all Windows-compatible applications that allow the user to select fonts from a font menu. 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 for Linux, 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: LaserSalish for Windows $99.95 for any single set; $50 for each additional LaserSalish set for Windows purchased at the same time; $249.95 for LaserSalish Professional for Windows (all sets together) Order

Do you need to upgrade? Check the current version number and a Release History.

LaserSalish for Macintosh

LaserSalish for Macintosh

Macintosh System Requirements: The font may be typed 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.) The product includes a User's Manual, a keyboard resource, and keyboard layout charts.

Cost: LaserSalish for Macintosh $99.95 for any single set; $50 for each additional LaserSalish set for Macintosh purchased at the same time; $249.95 for LaserSalish Professional for Macintosh (all sets together) Order

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LaserSalish Samples

LaserSalish Samples

LaserSalish is available in five typestyles, each one provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic weights, except SalishLSChan (Chancery-style) is plain only.

bulletLaserSalish (the SalishLS Times-style font)

Sample of the SalishLS (Times-style) font.

SalishLS is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic typestyles.

SalishLS Plain
Sample showing the SalishLS Plain typestyle.
SalishLS Bold
Sample showing the SalishLS Bold typestyle.
SalishLS Italic
Sample showing the SalishLS Italic typestyle.
SalishLS Bold-Italic
Sample showing the SalishLS Bold-Italic typestyle.

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bulletLaserSalishGara (the SalishLSGara Garamond-style font)

Sample of the SalishLSGara (Garamond-style) font.

SalishLSGara is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic typestyles.

SalishLSGara Plain
Sample showing the SalishLSGara Plain typestyle.
SalishLSGara Bold
Sample showing the SalishLSGara Bold typestyle.
SalishLSGara Italic
Sample showing the SalishLSGara Italic typestyle.
SalishLSGara Bold-Italic
Sample showing the SalishLSGara Bold-Italic typestyle.

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bulletLaserSalishPala (the SalishLSPala Palatino-style font)

Sample of the SalishLSPala (Palatino-style) font.

SalishLSPala is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic typestyles.

SalishLSPala Plain
Sample showing the SalishLSPala Plain typestyle.
SalishLSPala Bold
Sample showing the SalishLSPala Bold typestyle.
SalishLSPala Italic
Sample showing the SalishLSPala Italic typestyle.
SalishLSPala Bold-Italic
Sample showing the SalishLSPala Bold-Italic typestyle.

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bulletLaserSalishSans (the SalishLSSans Helvetica-style font)

Sample of the SalishLSSans (Helvetica-style) font.

SalishLSSans is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic typestyles.

SalishLSSans Plain
Sample showing the SalishLSSans Plain typestyle.
SalishLSSans Bold
Sample showing the SalishLSSans Bold typestyle.
SalishLSSans Italic
Sample showing the SalishLSSans Italic typestyle.
SalishLSSans Bold-Italic
Sample showing the SalishLSSans Bold Italic typestyle.

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bulletLaserSalishChan (the SalishLSChan Chancery-style font)

Sample of the SalishLSChan (Chancery-style) font.

SalishLSChan is provided in plain only.

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Alternate Spellings, Additional Salish Languages, Dialects, and Sub-Dialects

Alternate Spellings, Additional Salish Languages, Dialects, and Sub-Dialects

This list includes the languages listed above, along with additional Salish languages, dialects, and sub-dialects which may be supported by the LaserSalish fonts, as well as alternate spellings:

Arrow Lakes, Becher Bay, Bella Coola, Bitterroot Salish, Canim Lake (Shuswap), Chehalis, Chelan, Chewelah, Chilliwack, Chobaabish, Chu Chua (Shuswap), Clallam, Coast Salish, Coeur d'Alene, Columbia-Moses, Columbian, Colville, Colville-Inchelium, Colville-Okanagan, Comox, Couteau (Thompson River), Cowichan, Cowlitz, Deadman's Creek-Kamloops (Shuswap), Duwamish, Eastern Klallam, Entiat, Flathead, Fraser River (Shuswap), Garibaldi-Nestucca, Hakamaugh, Halkomelem, Homalco-Klahoose-Sliammon, Homamish, Humptulips, Interior Salish, Island Comox, Kalispel, Katzie, Kikiallus, Kimsquit, Kinbasket (Shuswap), Klackarpun, Klallam, Knife (Thompson River), K'omoks, Kwantlen, Kwatna, Kwehtlmamish, Lakes, Lilloet, Lillooet, Lower Chehalis, Lower Cowlitz, Lower Kalispel, Lower Pend d'Oreille, Lower Skagit-Swinomish, Lummi, Lushootseed, Lytton, Mesekwegwils, Meshal, Methow, Miskaiwhu, Mount Currie-Douglas (St'at'imcets), Muckleshoot (Lushootseed), Musqueam, Nanaimo, Nehalem, Nicola Valley, Nisqually, Nlaka'pamuctsin, Nlaka'pamux, Nookachamps, Nooksack, North Straits (Northern Straits), Npoqínišcn, Nsilxcín, Nsyilxcn, Ntlakapmuk, Nusebchatl, Nuwhaha, Nuxált, Oakville Chehalis, Okanagan, Olympic, Pavilion-Bonaparte (Shuswap), Pend D'Oreille, Penticton Similkameen, Pentlatch, Pesquous, Puntlatch, Puntledge, Puyallup, Qalispé, Qlispé, Queets, Quilcene, Quilchena, Quinault, Qulispé, Saanich, Sahewamish, Saktamish, Samish, Sammamish, San Poil-Nespelem, Satsop, Sauk, Sauk-Suiattle, Sduhubš, Sechelt, Secwepemctsí, Secwepemctsín, Séliš, Semiahmoo, Seshelt, Sháshíshálh, Shashishalhem, Shotlemamish, Shuswap, Siletz, Skagit (Lushootseed), Skokomish, Skopamish, Skway, Skykomish, Sliammon, Smaliwhu, Smulkamish, Snchitsu'umshtsn, Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Snuneymuxw, Songhees, Songish, Sooke, Southern Okanagan, Spaxomin, Spokane, Spuzzum-Boston Bar, Squamish, Squaxin, Squaxin Island (Lushootseed), Squiaitl, Squiuamish, Staktalijamish, St'at'imcets, Stehcass, Steilacoom, Stillaguamish, Stkamish, Stkehlmish, Straits, Suiattle, Suquamish, Swinomish (Lushootseed), Tait, Tallheo, Tapeeksin, Tenino Chehalis, Thompson, Thompson Canyon, Thompson River, Tillamook, Tkwakwamish, Tsamosan, Tuwáduqutšad, Twana, Upper Chehalis, Upper Pend d'Oreille, Upper Skagit, Vernon, Wenatchee, Western Klallam, Westport-Shoalwater, Whulshootseed, Wynoochee, and Yilalkoamish.

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Related Products

Related Products

LaserSalish in Unicode – For a Unicode-encoded version of LaserSalish, available for both Windows and Macintosh, see LaserSalishU. The Unicode-encoded fonts are not interchangeable with LaserSalish in Unicode, but contain fonts with the same typestyle, covering the same languages, which are supported by Unicode-compatible applications, such as Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, LibreOffice, InDesign, and QuarkXPress 7 and newer. Both Unicode and non-Unicode versions of LaserSalish may be installed on your system (since they have different file and font names) and may even be used in the same documents. They are not, however, interchangeable (you cannot type text with one font, highlight the text, and change it to the other font) because the encodings are different.

LaserSalish Converter – Converts LaserSalish (ASCII-encoded) text in Word documents to the LaserSalishU Unicode-encoded fonts.

See also Native American Languages.

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