But without any doubt made with ...
Before you go any further thinking that what you ask for can be done try to learn/understand something about printing techniques - special digital printing techniques and scalable digital fonts. Then you will understand that today's applications can not do what you have in mind.
Apart from this all, why do you need new character shapes - be it multi-color or monochrome - when you have given proof that your new language can perfectly well use the Latin alphabet?
That is one of the many variations of French Script. Which one? Don't know, this one seems to have a round dot on the i which should be a diamond.
NYMAREK ha dicho
... Please let us know as we developing a new form of language on earth ...
Looks like you have already done so.
The font is almost one Megabit in size. That in itself could cause problems with some printers. Apart from that, the version here on Dafont has a vertical metrics problem when used with Office on a Mac. I am surprised that Clément has not solved this.
When it is not printing properly, what is actually happening? Is that then also happening with that printer connected to a Windows machine?
Asking because I think it is not a printer or an OS problem but a font problem.
Similar. Your image could very well be the old version.
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