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I have been doing work on HTML test pages that use the SIL 'Last Resort' font as a fallback which, when the character specified doesn't exist in the first font in the CSS font stack, the browser falls back to it as the next font in the stack and the character's Unicode hex value is displayed. It's nice technique for sizing up the character set of any web font.
And this has led me to a re-evaluation of the currently most-used character sets as to their relative fitness for crafting web fonts, in general.
I was wondering if the denizens of this forum like me considered the term "glyph list" to be synonymous with "character set".
Slightly different flavor but as a practical matter, the same?
Eager to know what the consensus is.