From: Adam Twardoch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 24 2005 - 18:45:55 CDT
Philippe Verdy wrote:
> I fully agree. It's best to have smaller fonts designed separately to
> give the best coverage of a single script (or of related scripts, such
> as Latin+Greek+Cyrillic), and then give to users a range of fonts for
> each script.
FYI, if you need typographically qualitative work here, I suggest
picking Helvetica Linotype with Cyrillic, Greek and Hebrew designed by
John Hudson, Garamond Premier Pro with Cyrillic and Greek by Robert
Slimbach, or, soon, one of the Microsoft ClearType Collection fonts. If
you happen to have a copy of Windows Vista Beta 1, you already have the
fonts. Minion Pro and Myriad Pro that ship with the free Adobe Reader 7
are also a good choice.
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