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Hello Paul, I just chimed in with a comment … Generally I would encourage you to do it but don’t expect the big business with medievalist folks. Greetings from Leipzig, A. Stötzner
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Re: Infant type revisited
yes Cory that has been discussed previously, but the question of
thread is: is there some practice/tradition of the kind in other countries/languages.
Re: Old-style (minuscule) zero in Black weight serif
your e, o, s, (a?) are too small, and so are the figures. Due to the experience of many, os figures (as well as small capitals) are good when slighly larger than lc x-height. The direction of your
-design seems viable to me.
Re: How would you call the italic equivalent of serifs?
This is getting better; however:
1st word reads
The separated link-loop at
Still issues with inner spacing of parts: g, h, p …
Re: OpenType feature to transform (c) to ©
What John said. – And for yet another reason one might not want to get (c) substituted by © in every case: if you happen to have an enumeration like (a) (b) (c) (d) … or you have (c) occurring in text in another context/meaning, the OT trick may well corrupt your text and cause trouble.
On the Mac you just hit
and that’s it.
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