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    Fake a schwa?

    Hello,

    I am setting some type with Baskerville Pro 10 by Monotype.

    http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/storm_type_foundry/baskerville_original_pro/

    Surprisingly, there is no schwa (upside-down e) in the family! Does anyone have a tip or trick to create one in a line of type? Or, might anyone know of another Baskerville I could pull a schwa from? Or, might anyone know of a better, full family of Baskerville to play with?

    Thanks in advance!

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    It Worked!

    Well, there was a solution that had been posted here, but it has since disappeared. Anyhow, it worked! Thank you, whoever you were! NYC someone I believeā€¦

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    What was the solution? I've often wondered if there was a way to do it and still keep the character in the running type.

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