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Christian Thalmann said:
I find both the /g and /t better integrated in the bottom sample.The /g and /o look lighter than the /n and /r, for example, though in the case of /g it might be a deliberate measure to avoid clumping.In both samples, the /ngra/ cluster is much more tightly spaced than /lated/.
Hrant H. Papazian said:
It's all rather loose.
Nick Cooke said:
Here are the rest of the lower case itals: