Naturally, all of this reminds me of the dialogue in Dwiggins’s fanciful account of the creation of Electra — his imaginary conversation with Kobodaishi, “Patron Saint of the lettering art”: (Quote)
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Historically, the “art work representing images of letters, numbers and other characters” was considered the “typeface” and the means of reproducing those images — i.e., the physical metal sorts… (View Post)
If a font does indeed provide for African languages, then I think it does makes sense to have the capital “nj” form as the default, and localize for the relevant Sami languages.
But to adequately c… (View Post)
I don’t know why on earth you jumped to that conclusion!?
Here are just a handful of words starting with һ taken randomly from the front page of the Башҡорт wikipedia site: һаулыҡ … (View Post)