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<DIV><FONT face=Calibri>Personally, I believe that Cornish should be written in
a good clear modern typeface, such as Charis SIL or Candara. These will
facilitate legibility and comprehension, and so communication - for which any
natural language is really intended.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=Calibri>Of course, language should not hinder artistic
expression. The nearest that I could find to the typeface of the Ordinalia is
<DIV><FONT face=Calibri>I see two problems with this (beyond the fact that it
obfuscates the language): Firstly, it may not be free for commercial purposes.
Secondly, the curly tail on the lower-case y soon annoys. Someone may wish to
contact the "owner" to see if they can reduce the tail on the y.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=Calibri>Please see the attachment. Apologies to Nicholas. I have
re-spelt his fine translation. Note that this is written in my own experimental
orthography, and not in KS. The purpose of appending it here is just for fun to
show the Xirwena font. It's not perfect but it may be the best traditional
typeface that we have till someone develops something specifically for
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<DIV><FONT face=Calibri>The background is "Parchment" and the brown "ink"
is subtly shaded to show that the "ink" is running low from the "nib"
towards the ends of the lines!</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV>Andrew J. Trim </FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>