The Japanese set has been removed for several reasons. I created the Japanese characters before Iíd moved to Japan. Now that Iíve lived here for over 5 years, I definitely would have made some different design decisions. Since Iíve been living here, Iíve learned that a font that contains only kana and no kanji is practically useless; 1500 kanji or donít bother. Also, soon after releasing the Japanese update, I encountered a technical limitation: adding Japanese characters to a Latin font causes Adobe apps to assume itís a Japanese font. That presents a lot of problems which is why Iíd removed the Japanese language declaration in the previous version. In other words, no more Japanese in Korataki.
Kerning has been rebuilt for all styles. Collisions with lowercase i accents and lowercase j vs. brackets have been eliminated. Numeric superiors and inferiors have been redrawn. Fractions have been enhanced and expanded to thirds, fifths and eighths. Indian rupee and Turkish lira symbols have been added. Polish ogonek accents have been redesigned. Cyrillic kerning has been improved. Guillemots have been redesigned; old guillemots are available as OpenType stylistic alternates. The cedillas have been replaced with a consistent comma-style accent.
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