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Hi Steve :), we are modernizing signwriting. We're modernizing signwriting. We know that there are three ttf files. The only thing that makes us suspicious is that the oneD and Line files look the same when they are opened. But then it wouldn't make sense to use 2 same files. Can you please tell us what is the difference between the two? Thank you very much!
The One-D font is for use in situations where one-dimensional strings are used, such as text editors. The Line font is for use with SVG. There are two differences between the fonts. The Line font uses characters on Plane 15 and the glyphs are used below the baseline. The One-D font uses characters on Plane 4 and the glyphs are above the baseline. The One-D also contains extra glyphs for numbers and structural markers like A, B, M, L, and R. SignWriting in Unicode (SWU) uses plane 4 for the symbol characters. The One-D font is capable of visualizing SignWriting in Unicode (SWU) character strings.
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