Thinking about this more, and for the sake of argument, let’s assume that a localized, more widely fitted quoteright, à la Arno, is in fact a desirable solution to these issues (and not just an overc… (View Post)
ď ľ and ť are distinct letters and are used primarily in Czech (ďť) and Slovak (ďľť).
Ondrej Jób’s Context of Diacritics site is a good source for finding combinations that may need special spacing/… (View Post)
FWIW, this style is not unprecedented in Cyrillic. Here’s a snapshot from a German specimen, taken at Columbia University at the start of a Cyrillic weekend with Maxim Zhukov several years back. (Apo… (View Post)