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Re: Text complement font
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Text complement font
- From: email@example.com (Alan Jeffrey)
- Date: Wed, 1 Sep 93 17:49 BST
>other currency symbols:
Thanks for these!
>I would propose we take \sterling out of the DC font and inside the complement,
Sounds good to me.
>but the single straight code should be in the primary font.
Is there a good reason for the straight ' and " to be in the primary
font? I doubt many hyphenation tables will need it... do they have to
be in the primary font for ligaturing or kerning reasons? I agree it
would be nice if they lived together, but perhaps the text symbol
encoding is a better home for both of them?
>And the L. l. in any case (because of hyphenation patterns)