Re: Glyph shapes and locale

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Mon May 27 1996 - 13:45:18 EDT

At 10:07 1996-05-27, Ed Hart wrote:

>My intent was to use an analogy to illustrate the issue for people who read
>English. Text in a script font or Gothic font are harder for me to read.

The chief printed variants of the Latin script are Roman, Fraktur, and
Gaelic. I'd classify "script fonts" as display variants rather than text

Just an idle comment....

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