Another new Thaana font:
It has a similar style to the previous one but isn’t as wavy. Also the diacritics are smaller, meaning that each line will also be smaller. You’ll also notice that I’ve used variations in thickness, which is why it’s called “Kanafala” – originally I had the right side thicker than the left, but I changed that, and kept the name the same.
Here is a sample text, this time from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
I think it’s easy to read, but it may take some getting used to, as with the previous one.