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The German normal type was the first Latin school sole output specification under the Nazi decree that the beginning of the end of Kurret-German Fraktur script and in print. It is the direct precursor of the Latin Ausgangsschift, which for many years was the sole Thesis in West Germany and the also I have learned to write. I have walked this Scripture as accurately as possible in a computer font. This of course brings a problem: The letters have two crosspoints, down near the GHrundlinie and above the x-height close to b, o, r, v, and w. I will now tell everyone: But it's gint Open Type "and this is true in principle, but unfortunately, the currently supported almost exclusively with expensive professional software. For the textbook publisher that would certainly OK, but the font should just work on low-cost software without OpenType support, and for that I have just found a trick: You install two fonts, schreiubt first normal marrow profiled some Anfangsbuchstabenm , such a, d, g, q, m and n sowier Buchtaben the direction b, o, r, v and w, and switches it on in italics.
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