> The ways in which to use quotes as well as the different forms of them are
> indeed many. A rarely seen form is a vertically mirrored closing double
> apostrophe that is used as an opening mark ( PP quote 99 ).
Oh dear. Unfortunately this is becoming _very_ common. I think it's
> Jorge de Buen Unna of this list has found them in type specimens from ATF,
> and I have myself seen them in american newspapers and Italian books.
> Does anyone know of a type setting system (incl cold type, of course) that
> has them and if there are any Type Setting Manuals describing their use.
I first saw them in one of the volumes of Spike Milligan's war
autobiography (SM is a noted British comedian). I forget which one, I
can look it up tonight but it would be early 80s.
It seems to be most common in books published from (you guessed) DTP...