From: Peter Kirk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat May 14 2005 - 11:44:39 CDT
On 14/05/2005 00:19, Philippe Verdy wrote:
> That was the first time I saw the term "guillemet" in English. Could I
> have incorrectly learned the term "guillemot" from unreliable sources,
> or from other "standards"? May be it was in glyph names for Postscript
> Level 1 fonts? I can't remember.
Quite possibly you copied the error from others. Actually Andrey and
Hans both used the incorrect form before you did in this thread, so I am
not blaming you.
> But you confirm the fact that the term is not commonly known by the
> English public ...
> ... (including the Adobe designers?) ...
No excuse for these guys as they are supposed to be specialists in
typography. But it shows that it is not only Unicode character names
which can be messed by accident.
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