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Florian Pircher said:
Also, if you use triangles or diamonds as dots, try to avoid those for umlauts and keep them as dots or at least closer to a round shape. For example, Iowan Old Style does this:
Craig Eliason said:
Interesting. Would you advise the same for the diacritic on letters like /cdotaccent and /zdotaccent? (I notice Iowan Old Style uses the rounder umlaut-style dots for those also.)
Craig Eliason said:Which also provokes the question whether /i and Turkish /idotaccent should have different dots...