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Hi Hillar, all,

I worked on a font once a long time ago so I could perhaps assist in the
process but would be reluctant to take a leading role in the continued
development of the font.  Is there a list of "desired" characters for the
font?  If not I could start a page on developing the Vegur to create the
remaining characters.  Chances are most missing characters will be easy to
create (ex: 'ñ' = '~' + 'n') plus the outline for the font is pretty
straight forward.


On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Bernhard Dippold <> wrote:

Hi Hillar, all,

Hillar Liiv schrieb:


If You want Vegur be default font then we need to make missing characters.
made some of them (included light version only),

That's just great! Thanks for starting this task.

 these needs to be reviewed.

I've never worked on fonts - but perhaps anybody else?

 Some important characters are not done yet.

Is somebody else working with Vegur?

I'm not aware of anybody.

 Who is author of original Vegur font?

It's Arro @

I contacted him last year when we sought an official OOo font.

He replied:

"At present, update is not scheduled. Please make to the outline and use
it. There is no problem even if it freely customizes it."

Best regards


PS: You used version 0.602 from the dotcolon website as basis?

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