Mark E. Shoulson wrote:
> Inter-script typography can bend the brain in interesting ways. What
> would Garamond-style Hebrew look like? Or Frank-Rhuel Cyrillic...

I have seen a Cyrillic Fraktur!

Terrible: that's like a Roman centurion wearing a wrist watch...

> I have my "Times Hebrew" font, of Hebrew letters made from Times-Roman
> elements, and there's the (in)famous Schonfield Hebrew script of
> (actually
> uglier than my Times Hebrew, and that's saying something).

I have seen Times-like Devanagari and Arabic, and I bet your font cannot
possibly be as ugly as *those*.