Jungshik Shin wrote:
> However, those glyphs are not usable for 6x13 fixed fonts as they're
> found in CJK fonts. Glyphs in most CJK fixed font are twice as wide as
> corresponding ISO-8859-1 with the same height. That is, 13point
> CJK fixed fonts are 12 points wide. So, CJK fonts should not be
> the first source for Cyrillic and Greek but the last resort.
Yes, I realize that they are full-width. However, it would be
possible to leave out every other column of pixels.
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