From: Hans Aberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Nov 23 2008 - 15:49:38 CST
On 23 Nov 2008, at 22:18, Asmus Freytag wrote:
>> so that they are hidden by the main character [if] drawn towards
>> very closely.
> PS: the rest of your message made sense, and I essentially agree,
> but I can't figure out where the typo is in this statement, or how
> to correct for it.
I've corrected it. The idea is that if a circle above the "A" is
drawn so that they intersect, one must decide what should happen. One
idea is to draw them in layers; perhaps the font model or the
designer should decide.
But it is more complicated than that, because in the Caledonia font
mentioned before, the letter "Å" is exactly as high as the letter
"l" (ell). The letter "A" is in fact compacted downwards, making room
for the circle. One the letter "Ä", the dots are pushed downwards to
the sides of the upper point of the letter "A", but protrudes a bit.
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