Question for Malay Jawi letter in Unicode - three quarter hamza

Doug Ewell doug at
Fri Oct 16 14:24:21 CDT 2020

Yaya MNH48 wrote:

> Of course, when font maker design their font, the default glyph for
> the character will need to compromise between Kazakh (where it is
> annotated to be used in) and Jawi in terms of position and sizing,

This is a typical approach used by Latin-script font designers to make the acute accent look acceptable in both French and Polish.

> but
> font makers should make their font display the correct position and
> sizing when the correct language is chosen in the software people are
> using.

I'm pretty sure that's not how fonts work.

Doug Ewell, CC, ALB | Thornton, CO, US |

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