Stefan Persson wrote,
> ... It wouldn't be poſſible to uſe the HTML <fount face>
> command, becauſe no Fraktur fount is commonly diſtributed
> with any OS.
...And, the Fraktur founts available on-line may lack many of
the needed ligature glyphs. In any caſe, theſe founts are not
uſually available in Unicode/OpenType format.
Until better ſupport exists, ſome kind of fount embedding may be
the beﬅ way to go. Walden Fonts recently releaſed 18 attrac<ZWJ>tive
Fraktur founts which are deſcribed in this PDF file along with ſome
intereﬅing notes upon Fraktur history and typeſetting:
(For the bibliographic databaſe here, which is private, the "font face"
tag is uſed for Fraktur book titles.)
John Hudson and/or Adam Twardoch may have links to newer Fraktur
fonts which are OpenType/Unicode.
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