Re: Character Identity and Font Selection

From: Andreas Prilop (
Date: Thu Jun 09 2011 - 09:25:42 CDT

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    On Wed, 8 Jun 2011, Otto Stolz wrote:

    >> We already have them: U+201C and U+201F.
    > Definitely not! U+201F, the Double High-Reversed-9
    > Quotation Mark, won’t pass by as a right, German style,
    > quotation mark,

    I wrote nothing like this.

    The German right quotation mark is U+201C.

    But some ill-designed fonts such as Courier New, Verdana, Tahoma
    have a wrong glyph at position U+201C. Those glyphs actually
    belong at position U+201F.

    Carefully look at

    The schoolboys from Google Groups failed again:

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