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2011/2/25 Bernhard Dippold <>

sorry, but I might misinterpret your mail, because I don't remember whom
you are citing (and you don't mention the author):

Sorry for that. For me the whole discussion is a single thread in gmail.
I'll remember to add the names in the future when necessary. I was quoting

I have done two alternative ligatures, maybe they are better suited for the
font, since they're not so obtrusive. You can see them here:

PS: It seems that my latest mails to this list sound a bit negative - they
meant at all as criticism!
I fully support your approach to improve the logo by balancing the
distances and the general visual impression. I hope you take my comments
as positive and constructive contribution to an important task!

No offense taken =). It's really great of you all to give positive criticism
and I value all your opinions, so thanks!

One thing, though. Christoph, you said that people from China or countries
with different alphabets might have problems reading ligatures. Is that
really the case? I always thought it was easier to read texts with
ligatures, because you don't read the distinct characters anyway but you
rather perceive stuff like the shape of the headline and vertical bars etc.?
That's an interesting topic, I'll have a look into this...


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