From: Alexandros Diamantidis (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 16 2004 - 20:26:36 EDT
* Asmus Freytag <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-04-16 11:28]:
> weight. (See attached sample). If data is normalized, the appearance of ano
> teleia will change (since 0387 will change into 00B7) and users will be
Yes, I know - I've seen professionally published magazines with the
wrong ano teleia glyph, bigger and lower than it should be. It was
probably not even caused by normalization - I think most Greek keyboards
produce 00B7 and not 0387.
Since language-dependend glyph selection isn't very widespread for now,
would it be too much to ask font designers to put a MIDDLE DOT glyph
appropriate for Greek in fonts capable of displaying Greek text?
That's a just a wish, BTW - I don't expect designers to do what I say
just because I sent a message in a mailing list ;-)
-- Alexandros Diamantidis * email@example.com
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