In the past I've mastered fonts that contain Cyrillic character sets, but always had Latin as the default script.
I have a client that is asking for the Cyrillic script as the default on a custom font.
So I have a couple questions for everyone.
1) First, is there any need to master a Cyrillic "default" font any differently than a normal Latin font that contains Cyrillic? If not, than the next 2 questions don't really matter.
2) I usually have everything sorted by Unicode when mastering files, but if Cyrillic is the default script, do I need to sort by one of the Cyrillic-centric encodings instead? For example "ISO 8859 - 5 Cyrillic" or "0400 Cyrillic", or does it not really matter?
3) In the past when I've mastered typefaces that include Cyrillc, these are the language script tags I've included that cover the necessary characters...
languagesystem dflt dflt;
languagesystem latn dflt;
languagesystem latn TRK;
languagesystem latn AZE;
languagesystem latn CRT;
languagesystem latn ROM;
languagesystem cyrl dflt;
languagesystem cyrl SRB;
If Cyrillic is the "default", does this need to really change any?
Thanks for the help!