Michael Everson wrote:
> At 21:39 -0700 2004-12-01, Muke Tever wrote:
> > > There seems to be just about _one_ standard Cherokee font; almost all
> > > examples of it look just about the same.
> >
> >If you lack something to triangulate from, the glyphs used in Everson Mono
> >Unicode are quite distinctively different from the norm, being essentially
> >sans-serif with strokes of uniform weight.
> Thank you. I think.

Do you have a display of them? It sounds like a somewhat unCherokee
notion. Or did you use Sequoyah's handwritten forms? I remember Zapf's
as Optima-like, with very subtle shadings, but the one place I've seen
them was in a very expensive book (and it didn't include the entire
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...