In message <9810020026.AA24186@unicode.org>
Markus Kuhn <Markus.Kuhn@cl.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Unicode is a character set, not a font. Keeping things readable is the
> duty of the font designer. Of course most good fonts will have the Control
> Pictures with diagonal letters. The ISO 10646-1 standard shows them
> all nicely diagonally. It is a good idea for font designers to have
> BOTH the Unicode 2.0 and the ISO 10646 standard on their desk, to see a few
> glyph variations as the two standards were printed using different fonts.
I heartily concur with this. IMHO, most of ISO 10646-1's glyphs are a lot
better than the Unicode Standard's.
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