From: Kevin Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 23 2004 - 08:14:48 CDT
I've just noticed that the "script l" character (U+2113) is one of only
two apparently mandatory characters (the other being "estimated" U+212E)
included in addition to the MacOS Roman character set in a collection of
recently released Linotype fonts.
Is there any other common usage for U+2113 apart from as the liter/litre
symbol that would explain its apparently mandatory inclusion in these
Also, does this symbol usually occur in only one style/weight, namely
italic regular? Or does it also appear in upright regular, upright bold,
and italic bold depending on the typographic context?
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