Ar 13:55 -0700 1998-10-15, scríobh John Cowan:
>Constantine Stathopoulos wrote:
>>However, in almost all fonts designed in the early days of the Unicode
>> Standard, TONOS/OXIA appears as it has always been: a diagonal line
>> similar to acute (see MS Windows 95 system font, Times New Roman,
>> Arial and Courier).
>Courier New has the vertical mark, as do Lucida Console and Lucida
>Sans Unicode; Arial, Times, and Bitstream Cyberbit use the acute.
Everson Mono uses an acute glyph to mark the TONOS as well as the OXIA.
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