From: Figge, Donald (Donald.Figge@usa.xerox.com)
Date: Mon Oct 28 2002 - 17:31:00 EST
At 20:59 +0000 2002-10-28, Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin wrote:
>On 2002.10.28, 13:09, David Starner <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Basically, any decorative or handwriting font can't be a Unicode font.
>> Seems pointless to tell a lot of the fontmakers out there that they
>> shouldn't worry about Unicode, because Unicode's only for standard
>> book fonts
>Hm, what if I want to make, say, snow capped Devanagari glyphs for my
>hiking company in Nepal? Shouldn't I assign them to Unicode code points?
That's what Private Use code positions are for.
-- Michael Everson * * Everson Typography * * http://www.evertype.com ------ I don't think so. He seems to be talking about a specific typographic style. Code points don't care about style, whether it's Franklin Gothic or Snowcapped Helvetica. Don
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