From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 19 2003 - 17:26:17 EDT
Michael Everson scripsit:
> No. It generates much much better glyphs than that. See
Out of mild curiosity: (a) what font did you use to create the legends
in the frame of each glyph; (b) are all the various representative glyphs
drawn from a common font, and if so, which one?
Defect reports based on the 236-page PDF:
p. 17 (Thaana): the bottom of the frame reads "THAAN" with a broken glyph
p. 18 (Phoenician): the top of the frame reads "OENECIAN", the bottom is
blank, and the rest of the glyph is black.
p. 55 (Pahawh): bottom of frame is blank.
p. 63 (Syloti Nagri): both top and bottom read "SILOTI NAGRI".
p. 171 (Brahmi): both top and bottom read "BRAMHI".
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