On that page, click on the link for to download the regular version of the font, for the bold version, or for the extra-bold (poster) version.
When using our fourm: You can always type fadas on the forum by clicking the “Reply” button, and using the accented characters provided.
And shift-option-7 in that keyboard gives you the “Tironian et”, or the 7-shaped “agus” sign.
The Database of British and Irish Hills (Do BIH) was founded in 2001.
Now EVERY font on your computer has Gaeilge keyboard Format with all the fadas.
To get a fada just hold the Option key and type the vowel.
We just ask users to observe the terms of the Creative Commons licence.Significant changes to hill lists (except Tumps below 500m) between releases are communicated via newsflashes on this site.These and other changes, including those to minor Tumps, are also announced on Hill Bagging when they enter the database.You can easily toggle between other language formats in the same way.You can also use the Irish Extended keyboard, which allows you to type the dotted consonants (option-consonant) just as easily as the vowels with fadas (option-vowel).
To get an uppercase vowel with a fada, simply use shift Alt Gr vowel.