Re: Medievalist ligature character in the PUA

From: Asmus Freytag (
Date: Tue Jan 26 2010 - 23:14:29 CST

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    Thanks for the link and the font.


    Notepad (on XP) clearly shows the tz ligature
    The ch ligature isn't as definitive, as you could
    fake it using kerning, but the z in the tz ligature
    does show a different tail.

    The way to get MS and others to support a
    writing style is to create lots and lots of data
    in it, and to get that data popular. :)

    So, the minute you have a Fraktur revival,
    you incrementally create pressure for vendors
    to support it. It helps if at least some browsers
    can support what you need, so you have a way
    to publish content.



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