From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Apr 17 2004 - 00:15:59 EDT
Alexandros Diamantidis wrote:
> 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?
If the font were intended only for Greek, I would consider it, but it may not be practical
in multiscript fonts. Even in a font intended only for Greek, though, I can't be sure that
someone won't have a need for a genuine mid-dot.
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