Thanks to Pierpaolo Bernardi for his reply, which
was sufficient for me to make a response to our
I would still be very interested in other resources
which describe such glyph variations for Cyrillic
(or other scripts) if anyone knows of any.
At 06:03 PM 6/28/00 +0200, Pierpaolo Bernardi wrote:
>On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Gary P. Grosso wrote:
> > A user's query has been passed on to me, regarding
> > CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER I and CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER SHORT I
> > (U+0438 and U+0439). They pointed out that they
> > noticed that when they are italicized, they look like Us
> > instead of backward Ns.
>A cursive cyrillic i looks like a cursive latin u.
>A slanted cyrillic i should keep it's "backward n" aspect.
>The preference between the two forms varies in different countries.
>In Russian typography both forms are used.
--- Gary Grosso firstname.lastname@example.org Arbortext, Inc. Ann Arbor, MI, USA
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