From: George W Gerrity (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 10 2007 - 09:17:05 CDT
I don't find any of the proposals too satisfactory: the Capital Sharp
S glyph should be derived from a ligature of Latin Capital letters SS
or SZ, not from a cursive lower-case ligature or from a lower-case
long s. The problem is that neither pair form a nice ligation,
although I did try the SZ.
However, suppose we use the glyph form Latin Capital Letter Ezh (U
+2169) for the Z. In that case, a rather pleasant-looking and
unmistakable glyph can be formed with Latin Capital S on the left,
Latin Capital Letter Ezh on the right, with the ligature on the top.
Could one of the typographers paste together such a glyph using a
serif font style — with several variations — for comment?
Dr George W Gerrity Ph: +61 2 6386 3431
GWG Associates Fax: +61 2 6386 4431
P O Box 229 Time: +10 hours (ref GMT)
Harden, NSW 2587 PGP RSA Public Key Fingerprint:
AUSTRALIA 73EF 318A DFF5 EB8A 6810 49AC 0763 AF07
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.5 : Thu May 10 2007 - 09:20:26 CDT