Wasn't meaning to imply Oren was wrong, just that there are multiple versions floating around with a different glyph at the U+1D60 code point.
On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 6:06 PM Hans Åberg <haber...@telia.com> wrote: > You are possibly both right, because it is OK in the web font but wrong in > the desktop font. > > > > On 17 Apr 2019, at 23:53, Oren Watson via Unicode <email@example.com> > wrote: > > > > You can easily reproduce this by going here: > > https://www.fonts.com/font/microsoft-corporation/calibri/regular > > and putting in the following string: ψϕφᵠ > > > > On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 5:23 PM James Tauber <jtau...@jtauber.com> > wrote: > > It looks correct in Google Docs so it appears to have been fixed in > whatever version of the font is used there. > > > > James > > > > On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 5:10 PM Oren Watson via Unicode < > firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Would anyone know where to report this? > > In the widely used Calibri typeface included with MS Office, the glyph > shown for U+1D60 MODIFIER LETTER SMALL GREEK PHI, actually depicts a letter > psi, not a phi. > > -- *James Tauber* Eldarion <https://eldarion.com/> | Scaife Viewer <https://scaife-viewer.org/> | jktauber.com (Greek Linguistics) <https://jktauber.com/> | Modelling Music <https://modelling-music.com/> | Digital Tolkien <https://digitaltolkien.com/> Subscribe to my email newsletter <https://buttondown.email/jtauber>!