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Programmheft Volkstheater Wien

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2 Comments on “Programmheft Volkstheater Wien”

  1. Sep 1st, 2013  7:43 pm
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    The only currently available digital version of Schneidler’s Legende (Bauersche Gießerei, 1937) is the one by Ralph M. Unger. Unfortunately, it lacks many of the glyphs that were included in the original version (Luc Devroye has a scan of the character set). For example, it doesn’t feature the ‘D’, ‘F’, ‘G’, ‘H’, ‘R’ and ‘S’ which are visible in this use. Considering the capabilities of OpenType, this is inexcusable. Releases like this give revivals a bad name.

  2. Sep 1st, 2013  7:50 pm
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    Why did you add Koch Antiqua?

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