Hi Joey, all,
sorry for a short reply, but time is precious ...
Johannes Bausch schrieb:
@Bernhard: Do you mean the bow on the first f should also point towards the
middle of the i? Or just bend exactly the same way the second f does?
The two bows should have the same curvature (just my personal opinion,
but it avoids the impression of different "f" shapes).
I raised the dot because I thought it looked better (I didn't think much
about that, to be honest). I guess I wanted to avoid bending the f bow too
much - if you leave the dot where it was and still want the f bow to point
towards it, you have to bend it very strongly which doesn't look good.
It looks different from the original Vegur "f", but a slightly stronger
bending doesn't harm the general impression in my eyes.
My example  reduced the distance between the second "f" and the "i"
to less than the distance between the "f", because the "i" is lighter
than the "f" (due to the white area around the dot). But this is not
necessarily the right way to go.
We can adapt the distance between "f" and "i" to the distance between
the two "f" and raise the dot without enlarging the "f" height.
This would lead to a slightly increased bending of the second "f" bow -
what should be repeated for the first "f".
Do you think this is reasonable?
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