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John Savard said:To me, though, this seems to be a case where the unwary font designer ends up taking the blame for the mistakes of the Unicode Consortium.
John Hudson said:
Note that the STIX Two fonts support IPA, so there is a functional reason for the /fhook is straight up and coordinated with the other letters. These days, I lean towards that as a default approach anyway—it is a good way to future-proof fonts that might be extended to phonetic notation or Ewe orthography—, unless a client specifically requests a traditional florin sign.