A font family especially for medieval scholars, but containing an extensive enough selection of Unicode characters to be widely useful.

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  • I found some Microsoft Windows fonts such as Arial, Cambria, Segoe UI, Times New Roman can support contour tones (you can see it in the official website of the International Phonetic Association) very well, which need each several tone bars to combine as ligature. But Linux Libertine cannot. Please add this feature.

  • Junicode has become one of my favorite typefaces; I like the way the letters are shaped. It feels like old books, and that's a good thing. Glyph names could be improved; I'd much rather deal with Alphaasper than uni1F09, for instance, in writing complicated LIGKERN definitions for setting Greek type in TeX, and the lack of small caps in the italic face is something of a limitation.

  • very good project, thanks!

  • An indispensable font for people working with a variety of scripts and diacritics.

  • fast download and works, recommended.

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