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Jan van S. wrote:

> (re use of Thryromanes in Mike Ellis' website)
> And there's also another thing: not
> everybody has Thryomanes or other Unicode fonts installed on his
> computer, in which case all those IPA characters will be represented
> as boxes or something similar. Now at least you can be sure that
> people see it the way you want them to see it.
>
That's a good point, which I overlooked in my enthusiasm.  OTOH, it's easy
enough to get from Herman Miller (and Mike also had a link), and at least
IMO, more attractive for general purposes than Lucida Sans Unicode, the
alternative on my computer.

Curious: are older systems (like Win98) capable of handling those 2 fonts?
(Not my problem, but it may affect others)