On 10/28/2013 07:43 AM, Liangent wrote:
btw. Be aware of internationalization issues: not to
say that fonts are
usually tied to a (group of) alphabets. Even digits can be affected by the
language info of the context they live.
See : this is the standard English Wikipedia signup screen, and :
with ?uselang=zh-cn added.
Just for the record, neither of those are Georgia. They have both been
substituted/fallbacked. Georgia has very recognizable numbers since
they shift on the baseline. See the right column of
It is indeed interesting that the system uses different fonts based on
the language, even for the numerals. The Chinese one isn't even a
serif, although 'serif' is the last in the stack.