At 03:52 PM 2/23/01, Hrant H Papazian wrote:
>Curtis Clark wrote:
> > Okay, you totally lost me.
>The reform does not change language. It changes
>the letterform concepts that type designers use
>when making a font. This, even if the reform
>were to use linguistic data to arrive at
>the recommended structures.
I'm still lost. I thought you were making the point that ideal letter forms
might differ among languages that use the same alphabet (and I and a number
of others agree). But the paragraph above still doesn't make sense.
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