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Has anyone here ever used a per-thousand sign?
What about the /Aringacute
How about the long s?
And the generic currency symbol?
sub i j by ij;
sub I J by IJ;
sub iacute j by iacute_j.loclNLD
sub Iacute J by Iacute_J.loclNLD
sub L' periodcentered' L by Ldot;
sub l' periodcentered' l by ldot;
How can we bloat our character sets without those otherwise useless glyphs?
sub L periodcentered' L by periodcentered.Ldot;
sub l periodcentered' l by periodcentered.ldot;
These don’t need to be in a locl feature, as the sequence only appears in Catalan, and the liga feature is well supported.
Reiner, this nitpicking of yours is pure gold! )
I notice no one's spoken up for the lowly cent sign. Are we agreed this is a vermiform appendix?
I'm fine with this, but I fear that users will have a harder time finding the more useful characters, especially when there's no glyph palette available.
Or just use the MM font built-into makeotf for cranking them out?
Euro, approxequal, at, brokenbar, daggerdbl, equal, greater, integral, Delta, asciicircum, backslash, currency, degree, estimated, greaterequal, less, Omega, asciitilde, bar, dagger, divide, fraction, infinity, lessequal, litre, minus, numbersign (Numero), paragraph, pi, product, radical, threequarters, logicalnot, multiply, onehalf, partialdiff, plus, quotedbl, section, zero, lozenge, notequal, onequarter, perthousand, plusminus, quotesingle, summation