This edition contains one of the long-anticipated “technology upgrade”. Since the first spreads were one-off efforts intended for private use with my students, I simply chose a readable free font (WebLetterer). As more spreads, and translations, come into the horizon, the limits of the font-set (only capital letters A-Z, limited symbols) came into focus. After investigating a large number of fonts, these spreads are re-set to a new set of more feature-complete fonts by Kimberley Geswein (LikeASkyscraper).
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