Peter Flynn wrote:
I just looked at this and the Times and Courier eurosymbol uses a cap C
> as its letterform, complete with top serif! The examples I have seen to
> date were all clearly based on an symmetrical unseriffed C-shape, which
> when combined with the central = lines makes the rounded E symbol.
> Could someone (Michael Everson, perhaps) say if they've got it right or
> Oddly, MS's Ariel does the job properly, using a sans C but with a slight
> thickening at both ends where the serif would have gone if there had been
> one (think Optima).
Don't all typefaces modify the dollar sign to their own style (sans, sans
serif, block, etc.)? I don't see this as a problem, in fact it seems like the
more sensible thing than having a single, absolute form for the currency