pcyrus at alivox.net
Tue Jul 3 00:30:40 IST 2012
As I was downloading the update, I reread your intro, and started thinking
about the ligatures.
Ligatures like æ should definitely be one monospace, and I assume you're
not talking about letter+diacritic as a ligature.
But other ligatures, like the conjuncts from Indian scripts, should be two
spaces wide, IMHO. The use of a ligature is not intended to compress the
text, but to make connections between letters that can't be generalized.
And wouldn't another benefit of monospace be that applications could
predict the screen width of text based on the encoded form, e.g. counting
the letters (and discarding accents)?
On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 12:02 PM, Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com>wrote:
> A number of glyph errors pointed out by Jukka Korpela and Henrique Peron
> have been corrected.
> After quite a bit of work, Coptic is now supported. And Everson Mono now
> has four faces: plain, oblique, bold, and bold oblique.
> Version 6.1.1 is the current version.
> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
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> EversonMono at evertype.com
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