From: Philipp Reichmuth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 06 2005 - 07:51:42 CST
email@example.com schrieb am 06.01.05 05:25:00:
> Gregor Verhufen's old Tibetan fonts did *not* use an "underlying
> Wylie" representation for Tibetan data or glyphs. They use a
> "font-hack" encoding where Tbetan glyps are mapped to Windows ANSI
> code-page characters - but there is no real relationship between the
> characters they are mapped to and Wylie translitteration.
I'm not referring to the older fonts he distributed; it's true what you say about them. I was referring to some experiments here at the institute shortly after VOLT became available. (I know Gregor quite well; actually, it was him who got me started on OpenType at all ;) It wasn't really a big thing, and I don't know if he ever distributed any of it, so it isn't really much to talk about.
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