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Old 10-01-2009, 06:32 AM   #25
Michael Rowley
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The decision here may well be to go with Georgia
That may be not so bad a decision as many people think, going by Ascender's press release:

The Ascender, Carter & Cone and Font Bureau project intends to optimize the Verdana and Georgia fonts for many new applications, including extended text formatting on websites and in print. The Georgia/Verdana project will provide a variety of enhancements to these fonts including:
  • New weights and widths beyond the original four fonts in each family
  • Extensions to the character sets
  • Extensions to the kerning
  • OpenType typographic features for enhanced typography
The corn I was referring to was cereals in general (i.e. not Indian corn—which I suppose should now be called 'corn of indigenous Americans'). I referred to it because Canada's leading paper on cereal production is published in Saskatoon, and I thought you worked for it; but I may have been mixing you up with someone else, because the reference in this forum was a long time ago—perhaps years ago.

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