From: Michael Everson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 10 2007 - 02:38:13 CDT
At 17:32 -0700 2007-05-09, Asmus Freytag wrote:
>>>ME> I put a PDF up with additional examples. See
>>I tend to think that 2a-d look wrong next to capital S, though 2e
>>and 2f seem to get away with the teardrop terminal.
>>I guess the best candidates are 2f, 3a, and 3f.
>John's glyph was a better realization of what 3a tries to do.
I think 3b is closer to John's glyph than 3a. 3a moves from Trajanian
>3f is way better than 2f (the latter disrupts the flow of the word,
>whether it's that Tulip bulb or whatever).
They are identical apart from the teardrop terminal.
>The IS-like solutions all look odd - I understand where a
>typographer might be tempted to 'square' the shape, but it doesn't
I tend to agree.
-- Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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