I just wanted to apologise for my mistake; I was using NetFTP and I was using the ASCII method (with bittorrent). I was informed by Opensans (the webmaster) that the problem lies when you use the ASCII method while uploading (which is why my problems seem to have been solved). I will remember this information in the future when I upload fonts via FTP.
F0nt.com was launched in 2004 by an American author and programmer, Sam Shah. Like many other independent production, he decided to roll his own font instead of using a commercial font to do so. The Green font is based on the eponymous GreenTea font by Catsmith, an Amiga font artist. Thanks to this font, F0nt becomes a respectable font on the web. It can be found at Davie's blog and, of course, at F0nt.com. F0nt is free source and gets many contributions from indie web designers.
Sarabun was designed in 2009 by GTH for the purpose of its "New Concept" exhibit and was inspired by Sesen (the old font of Thai Standard Typeface 11). Unlike Sesen, Sarabun was made with a monoline approach, i.e. the stroke is always one line regardless of the word or figure. d2c66b5586