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James Puckett said:
It’s a stylistic choice that can work either way, similar to how very light diacritics can work just fine with ultra bold letters.
Christian Thalmann said:
I recently got the advice to make the ø look like it's just a regular o with a slash. Obviously, it can't actually be that, but it can still make that optical impression.
Paul Hanslow said:
… Polish characters such as the lslash provide good feedback on a typeface's quality …
Nick Shinn said:
So, despite my advice to ignore precedent—not entirely—of course it helps to have some study of the local culture, to see which designs appear to be conventional, and which are “edgy”. But you still have to make a decision on that.
Craig Eliason said:
How did you decide on perpendicular terminals for L's slash vs italic-angle terminals for l's? Just a matter of spacing?