Mac, Type 1. Anybody want to take over?
---------------------- Forwarded by Peter
Constable/IntlAdmin/WCT on 09/10/99 01:31 PM
From: <firstname.lastname@example.org> AT Internet on 09/10/99 01:07 PM
Received on: 09/10/99
To: Peter Constable/IntlAdmin/WCT
Subject: Re: FW: Euro for Cyrillics
At 12:47 PM -0400 on 9/10/99, email@example.com wrote:
> >However, I cannot find information on where the Euro
> supposed to go in Cyrillic fonts. Slot 219 is
generally in use
> by other characters in Cyrillic. I have looked on your
> Microsoft's Euro site and Apple's Euro site.
> (I'm not sure why our friends at MS didn't answer
> You didn't indicate what font format or platform
> targetting. If you're developing TrueType fonts for
> Windows, then all you need to be concerned about is
> euro glyph should be accessed in the cmap at x20AC.
> If you're talking Type 1 and/or Mac, I think there's
> involved, and I can't help you there.
> If you need to know where the euro is in cp1251, it's
> (Why 219?)
Oh, sorry, Peter. Yes, we initially develop for Macintosh Type
1, then do conversions for other platforms/formats once fonts
are finalized. In MacRoman, the Euro goes in Dec 219. That slot
doesn't seem to be available in Cyrillics.
If you have this information, great. If not, I'll dig around
some more. Thanks for your quick response. I appreciate your
Have a good weekend.
Tamye Riggs | GarageFonts
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