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Florian Pircher said:
Minion Math does something interesting in this case: the Latin /v and /w get substituted by rounded versions while the Greek /nu is kept pointy. That gives the reader a chance to distinguish /v and /nu. See the presentation at 19:19:Your design, while it uses different paths for the two letters, is still too similar to be useful in formulas where both symbols appear. Maybe exaggerating the change you just made would suffice?Or maybe, authors just should not use /v and /nu in the same formula, similarly to how /upsilon and /omicron are rarely used in mathematics.
Linus Romer said:Any remarks regarding this typeface are welcome!
Linus Romer said:
What I did not yet : spacing and kerningWhat I did: 1. Added Cyrillic smallcaps for the Caption face:2. Added Vietnamese for the Caption face:3. Made accents less rounded but more edged (in the course of adding Vietnamese accents).Any remarks regarding this typeface are welcome!