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On Fri, 23 Dec 2005, Monika Shah wrote:
> We are attaching a zip file which contains complete review of
> FreeSans.ttf(devanagari glyphs). We have named old FreeSans.ttf as vs1
> and recently sent FreeSans.ttf as vs2. Kindly open file freesans.html in
> html folder.
Wow! This was like one of those "How many difference can you spot" tests
that you can sometimes find in magazines. At first it looked all the same
to me, but after a while I started to notice viramas hanging at different
places. Thank you very much for the testing you have done!
> We feel that now FreeSans is completely fine for devanagari glyphs except
> openoffice 1.1.3 which might be its own bug.
That's very nice to hear. This is important not only for Devanagari, but
it means that in general I have learned how to merge fonts with FontForge
in such a way that anchor points and classes are preserved. This is likely
to come handy for other Indic scripts as well.
With kind regards,
Primož Peterlin, Inštitut za biofiziko, Med. fakulteta, Univerza v Ljubljani
Lipičeva 2, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija. [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Tel +386-1-5437632, fax +386-1-4315127, http://biofiz.mf.uni-lj.si/~peterlin/
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