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I have some problems about my Thai language on tone marks float ( like grave accent)


you see in attached photos here.


There are 2 steps above the character in Thai.


I need to have the tone mark in a lower position when the character has no vowel.


You know what I mean?


Please help me.. I don't know how to figure out..


Thank you in advanced.


Pannily from Thailand



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Sawatdee Khrap Khun Pannily. I think you need to give more details on your problem so someone more skilled than I can try and help you. Many Farangs speak some Thai, but not so many read it, so can not see what your problem is exactly.

Are the tone marks over the wrong character ? Is it a problem with the colour of the tone marks or the spacing of tone marks over the character?

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Kop Kun Khrap. "I need to have the tone mark (in a) lower position when the character has no vowel." I understand now. Font display problem. Hope someone can now help you.

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