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Christian Thalmann said:
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Should I move it to the right a bit or leave it as is?
BUT there is another problem. The "slash" element in Ł is TOO THIN, and the right side is too short. Should be more like this:
Whether the "slash" is cut vertically or at a slight diagonal angle — that depends on other elements. I usually make it depend on the treatment of the tops of WVXY. If they’re horizontal, then the "slash" should cut vertically. If they’re more like in Syntax, then they can be cut diagonally.
General practice is to put it visually centered (top to bottom). Tomaszewski (more controversially) suggests even higher, centered relative to the bar of the “t”. But either way, yours is too low.
The lowercase seems a bit lighter than the caps, but its weight also varies a bit excessively from letter to letter. When I see the “Koń” it seems like the /K and /o are of similar weight, but /n is far lighter.
Why the rounded corners of the dot above /i?
/Z and /z look like /=. Again no problem for natives as single z in a word frequency list of Polish has rank 4. Also I have no idea how to change it without loosing the quad/circled characteristic of the design.
In many languages that only have one kind of mark above letters, “anything” above the letter will be recognized as that mark — a square, a circle, a flat rectangle, some oblique shape, a star...
If a language has two kinds of above-letter marks, only some minimal differentiation is needed.
For display fonts, such formal reduction is quite possible. Very “clear” diacritical marks are only needed for text typefaces, mostly those intended for wife usage that includes scientific or linguistic setting.