Date: Sun Nov 09 2003 - 22:19:54 EST
Philippe Verdy wrote,
> And in fact it's quite simple to do it with OpenType composite fonts that
> can be built to refer to glyphs searched in another font: such a
> "transliterator font" would not need any glyph, and thus does not require to
> buy a licence for a commercial design ...
... which is probably just as well. Most people probably
wouldn't pay much for a glyphless font anyway.
Can you enlighten us with a link to the part of the OpenType
specs which enables a glyphless OpenType font to access glyphs
in a different font?
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