This section contains fonts with support for cantillation marks (Taamim) positioning.
Taamey Ashkenaz - inspired by the type faces used to print the Hebrew Bible during the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, in particular by BHK (Biblia Hebraica Kittel). All variants of this font support Cantillation marks positioning. The Bold font is the one that most resembles the original. The Medium variant is much more lightweight and therefore has a more modern look.
Shofar - inspired by Koren type, with redesigned letter forms and the height-to-width ratio. The cantillation marks are based on ancient forms (like those found in the Alleppo and Leningrad codices). The font family contains Medium, Medium Oblique, Demi-Bold and Demi-Bold Oblique variants. In the Demi-Bold variants the cantillation marks are transparent.
Taamey David CLM - based on David CLM. Glyph spacing and line spacing are wider then in the "David CLM" so as to leave space for all marks. The font family contains Medium, Medium Oblique, Bold and Bold Oblique variants. In the Bold variants the cantillation marks are transparent.