Fonts and Software
Glyph Basic, Glyph Basic, MacTrans. Three Macintosh fonts, courtesy Yamada Language Center (University of Oregon).
GlyphBasic, a Windows font, together with image downloads, etc.
Serge Rosmorduc's shareware fonts and specialized software. Hieroglyphic and Coptic fonts, together with special software that sets hieroglyphics in typically Egyptian ways (ie., sized and stacked in funny ways rather than plopped next to each other letter by letter). Includes a simple demonstration program. Rosmorduc's hompage contains more hieroglyphics material.
The Shrine of Isis has a number of elegant hieroglyphic display fonts, including an "Egyptian deities font" for Windows.
Web Archive: Hieroglyphica Sign List. Listing of the 4,700 signs in the computer font Glyph.
Fonts for Scholars, Academics, Students. Jack Kilmon's marvelous trove of excellent highly-specific fonts. Need a "Siloam Inscription" font?
Amanuense: El Rincon del Jeroglifico Egipci. Spanish-language hieroglyphics program for Windows by Juan de la Torre Suare.
German language site with Truetype fonts, etc.
MacScribe, a professional hieroglyphic text processor developed for the Centre for Computer-Aided Egyptological Research . The program costs $242, with a 50% reduction for eligible students. Demo available.
P22 Type Foundry, Hieroglyphic. Contains over "250 different phonetic and decorative hieroglyphics, complete with an extensive translation chart." I'm not sure, given what's out there, why you would want to pay for this.
Linguist's Software "Laser Hierogylphic" font. Commercial font offers some 1000 signs facing left and right ($149).
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