From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Feb 15 2003 - 20:54:20 EST
At 04:03 PM 2/15/2003, Doug Ewell wrote:
>John Hudson <tiro at tiro dot com> wrote:
> > Andale Mono WT from Monotype has 50,422 glyphs. At least, that's how
> > many the slightly old version I have contains. My guess is that they
> > have a newer version with more glyphs.
>I can't relate. The version of "Andale Mono" (no "WT") that ships with
>Windows 2000 has around 700, so I've never thought of it as being useful
>outside the WGL4 range.
Note that I wrote 'Andale Mono WT'. The WT stands for something like World
Type. This is a massively extended version of Andale Mono that supports all
of Unicode 3.1. It also comes in three of different flavours, I believe,
depending on whether you want Traditional or Simplified Chinese, or
Japanese forms for the Han characters.
Tiro Typeworks www.tiro.com
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