On 3/4/2018 9:12 AM, Markus Scherer via Unicode wrote:
The editors of the Unicode charts will use any font resource that gets the job done (that is, results in a chart that correctly displays the characters in the standard). These fonts are often not production fonts, and may lack any of the many tables needed to actually display running text. They may also, as has been mentioned, be licensed solely for the purpose of publishing the standard. In some cases, they are custom built.
For most scripts, the font size is nominally set to 22pt in the main code charts, but the tool that the editors use allow a different size to be selected for any range of code points, or individual characters. There are some examples where a character is very wide or tall where it had to be scaled down individually to fit the cell.
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