From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 07 2003 - 11:28:09 EST
Andrew C. West <andrewcwest at alumni dot princeton dot edu> wrote:
> And given that most CJK fonts aim to cover both Chinese and Japanese
> characters, how would the square missing ideograph glyph and the
> Japanese geta mark be differentiated ? By means of variant selectors ?
In the Windows world at least, most fonts that include any CJK
(1) are clearly aimed at Chinese, like SimSun, or
(2) are clearly aimed at Japanese, like Mincho, or
(3) aim to cover as much of Unicode as possible, like Arial Unicode MS
and Code2000, and thus really can't be considered "CJK fonts" per se.
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