On Nov 18, 2003, at 10:51 AM, Michael Brady wrote:
> BTW, reviving a subject from long ago, I firmly believe all figures
> should be the same width (i.e., no narrow "1"), and hence they should
> all align, i.e., be lining figures.
Figures used in tables should be but monospaced figures in text look
funky. Since hanging nums are more commonly used in text, oldstyle
proportional figures and cap height monospaced figures are the most
common but with OS, 3/4, and cap figures and mono and proportional
there are six common possibilities with uses for each.
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