Re: Großes Eszett

From: Dominikus Scherkl (lyratelle@gmx.de)
Date: Fri Jan 23 2009 - 13:14:49 CST

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    Peter Constable schrieb:
    > From: unicode-bounce@unicode.org [mailto:unicode-bounce@unicode.org]
    > On Behalf Of Dominikus Scherkl
    >
    >> What I see in this place is an uppercase T with short stem below
    >> (both on the website and in this eMail).
    >>
    >> So I don't know how the system choose a replacement glyph....
    >
    > It's hard to comment on this thread when people don't provide any
    > details about what software they are using. In IE7 on Vista, I don't
    > see any problem issues looking at the Gießener site.
    >
    Yes, the newspaper page is fine, but the flickr site (rendered by
    Firefox) shows clearly a different font - so the right one has no
    glyph at that place whatsoever (which is no wonder, as I use XP but
    have several additional fonts installed).

    What makes me wonder is: which font has such a misplaced glyph at that
    codepoint?
    It's not only one, as my Thunderbird shows also the T with vertical
    stem below, but with the same monospaced courier new font as the rest
    of the text.
    I would have expected to see a white box for missing glyph.

    -- 
    Dominikus Scherkl
    


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