I came about different approaches when designing the characters that include an extra horizontal stroke like Hbar, Eth or Tbar. Is there any reason for using different stroke thicknesses for those characters? It seems classic high-contrast typefaces tend to use one thickness for Hbar and Tbar and another one for Eth and Dcroat. Candara is a peculiar case of a sans were the bar in Dcroat and Eth is thicker than the one in Hbar and Tbar. Any thoughts?
Sometimes I will make the cross stroke in Ħ slightly lighter than the others because of the more congested visual space that it typically occupies. This is especially true with heavier weights.