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I design, make music, play rhythm games, and code. Here's a link to a bunch of stuff I coded.
Haley’s Sample Text Collection to Test Your Fonts With
Pangrams and other useful text

About

Since I couldn’t find a good list of text to test fonts on, I decided to compile them into this page. Most of the pargrams were taken from Clagnut’s archive of Wikipedia’s list of pangrams that was deleted in 2014.

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English

ASCII

Unicode

Ligatures

OpenType / Just for Fun

Latin multilingual

Entries in this section contain all the letters contained in each language’s standard alphabet. Note that this does not guarantee that all ASCII characters will be present; for example, Spanish does not use the letter W except in loanwords, so Spanish example sentences may not use W at all.

Entries under “all local characters” contain all letters in the language’s alphabet that are not in ASCII, but not the entire alphabet. For example, Spanish contains the following non-ASCII characters: áéíóúñü¿¡

Azeri

Catalan

Croatian

Czech

Czech, all local characters

Danish

Danish, all local characters

Dutch, all local characters

Esperanto

Esperanto, all local characters

Estonian

Finnish, regular

Finnish, full ASCII + Å

French, not counting accented letters

Localizer’s note: French still actively uses the angle brackets (guillemets). Make sure they work well with no-break spaces, narrow no-break spaces, or without spaces.

French, all local characters

German

Localizer’s note: German quotation marks look like „this“.

, the uppercase eszett (ß), became officially optional in 2017. It’s wise to include it, since it distinguishes such pairs as IN MASSEN (in massive amounts) vs. IN MAẞEN (in moderation).

German, all local characters

Hungarian

Hungarian, all local characters

Icelandic

Icelandic, all local characters

Igbo

Indonesian

Irish

Italian

Italian, all local characters

Latvian

Lithuanian

Norwegian, full ASCII

Norwegian, all local characters

Polish, perfect

Polish, imperfect

Polish, all local characters

Portuguese (Brazil), ASCII only

Portuguese (Brazil)

Portuguese (Portugal)

Portuguese, all local characters

Romanian

Scottish

Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian (Latin)

Slovak

Slovak, all local characters

Slovenian/Slovene

Spanish, ASCII + all accented letters

Spanish, ASCII + ñ

Spanish, all local characters

Swedish

Swedish, all local characters

Turkish

Localizer’s note: Turkish text does not use the “fi” ligature, since its most common form complicates the distinction between fı and fi.

Turkish also uses the circumflex in â, î, and û, but they are so rare that they are not included in pangrams.

Turkish, all local characters

This still lacks circumflexed letters.

Yoruba

Welsh

Cyrillic

Bulgarian

Macedonian

Mongolian

Russian

Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian (Cyrillic)

Ukrainian

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