Lao (and Kmhmu) consonants
ກຂຄງຈຊຍດຕຖທນບປຜຝພຟມຢຣລວສຫອຮໜໝ ໞໟ
Lao full-width vowels
ະ າ ຳ ເ ແ ໂ ໃ ໄ ຽ
Lao Pali characters and marks
ຆຉຌຎຏຐຑຒຓຘຠຨຩຬ (ສມ຺ມຸຍ຺໎ຫ)
Tone mark position
ກ່າ ຂ້າ ຄ໊າ ງ໋າ ປ່ ປ້ ຢ່ ຟ່ ຝ່
Superscript vowels
ກັນ ກັ່ນ ຂົ້ນ ຄິ໊ນ ງື໋ນ
Mai kan, mai kong adjustment
ເກັນ ເກັ່ນ ເກັ້ນ ເກົາ ເຂົ່າ ເຄົ້າ ເຫງັ່ນ ເຫວັ້ນ ເຫລັ໊ນ ເໝັ໋ມ
Niggahit with tone marks
ກໍ ຂໍ ຄໍ ງໍ ກໍ່ ຂໍ້ ຄໍ໊ ງໍ໋
Sala am with tone marks
ກຳ ຂ່ຳ ຄ້ຳ ງ໊ຳ ຈ໋ຳ
Subscript adjustment
ກຸ ກູ ງຸ ງູ ຫຼຸ ຫຼູ
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Variable and optional features of 'Saysettha Mai' Lao font can only be seen when using a browser that supports those features, such as a current version of Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge.

Saysettha Mai is a new font-family from Lao Script for Windows in a modern style with straight strokes as often found in primers and other recently printed materials. The font includes the full Unicode range for Lao with both Kmhmu and Lao Pali characters and is available as a single font and as a TrueType Collection (.ttc) or a zip-archive with five stroke weights from Thin to Black in both Plain and Italic styles. For publishing purposes, it is also available as a zip-archive of 72 separate fonts from Thin to Black weight, UltraCondensed (50%) to UltraExpanded (200%) width and plain or italic style.

For web use Saysettha Mai is also provided as a Plain and Italic variable TrueType fonts (as used for this sample page), in both .ttf and .woff2 formats. The variable fonts can be installed on Windows (or macOS) but it will usually be better to install separate fonts for the stroke weights and widths required. A non-installed copy of the variable font may be used where supported, e.g. by Adobe InDesign.

(See also Saysettha and SengBuhan for details and examples of more new fonts.)