From: Werner LEMBERG (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 21 2003 - 01:26:41 EST
> To give just one very widely available example Times New Roman has
> always used the post 3.0 glyph.
Right, but version 2.76 of times.ttf which comes with WinME doesn't
contain a glyph for U+03D5 at all. And symbol.ttf version 1.60 uses
the pre-3.0 glyph shapes.
Show me a widely used font which contains both U+03C6 and U+03D5.
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