From: David Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 25 2007 - 01:34:37 CDT
On 7/24/07, Aiet Kolkhi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> this is a very interesting question.
> To put it short, this is somewhat incorrect to comprare "Mtavruli"
> (capital) style of contemporary Georgian alphabet (Mkhedruli) to small
> caps font style. And it is definitely wrong to look for solutions in
> CSS and other typographical directions, as the two "styles" or scripts
> (consider as you like) are different in shape and changing size of the
> characters would not give us Mtavruli style from Mkedruli script, nor
> the other way around.
That does not follow; italics are different in shape from normal
characters, and yet are treated as a typographical feature. There's no
hard and fast rules, but if it's the same set of characters used in a
different situation, like a header, it's typographic.
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