After the mid-1990s, the need for fonts became even more complex. DynaComware continued to pursue breakthroughs on the technical aspect and developed corresponding software techniques to achieve smooth communication. In 1995, the world's first CJK font was announced in the US, and later the CJK DFMingLiU TrueType font was introduced to support Unicode. In addition, DynaComware Large Chinese Poster Printing System, the first poster-printing machine that supports Asian characters such as Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese, was announced. In 1996, DynaDoc, a portable electronic document system, was awarded the Hot Picks award, while in the following year it was also awarded the Outstanding I.T. Applications / Products Award in Taiwan. As electronic platforms continue to diversify in the 21st century, displays have become an unstoppable trend. This means that the market needs more fonts that have more fineness and can be used when browsing different platforms and devices. In 2003, DynaComware was the first to develop OpenType fonts that cross PC and MAC operation systems, providing users with font formats that are higher in quality. Later, Dyna WebFont, fonts that were specifically designed for the internet, was introduced with an innovation that broke through the barriers of displaying fonts on the internet. In 2004, the company developed a proprietary font solution, the DigiType, which is high in fineness with less bulk. In 2010, the publish of new technology “Liang Tzu Engine” allowed different displays to have outstanding font performance. At the same time, the “UD Font” has the character of recognition and readability, allowing crisp type even on small screens.