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    Fonts Paneuropean Style

    Hello friends, I hope someone can help me answer this question ...
    What is special about the Paneuropean style?, you know what I mean.
    My question is this;
    Is this just a wider glyphs or characters extention? or
    Do you have any modification or feature special?

    I hope you can help me. Thanks

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    Can anyone explain something about this topic?

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    Digital fonts for the European and American market have traditionally often been sold in a standard (“Std“) package for western languages and additional separate files to cover central (“CE”), eastern (“Baltic”) and southern (“Turk”) European languages in the Roman script and sometimes also packages to support for the Greek (monotonic) and Cyrillic scripts. With the advent of the OpenType format, which supports Unicode, all characters could be included in a single font file. Some font foundries continue to sell packages with differing glyph coverage where the basic one hardly covers more than Windows 1252. They introduced certain variants like Professional (“Pro”) which supports all major languages written with Latin letters, Commercial( “Com”) for international communication in office use, such as those covering Linotype Extended European Characterset (LEEC) or, adding Greek and Cyrillic, WGL or world glyph sets.

    Windows glyph list & World glyph set

    WGL4
    Glyph List 4, or more commonly WGL4 for short, also known as the Pan-European character set, is a character repertoire on recent Microsoft operating systems comprising 652 Unicode characters. Its purpose is to provide an implementation guideline for producers of fonts for the representation of European natural languages; fonts that provide glyphs for the entire set of characters can claim WGL4 compliance and thus can expect to be compatible with a wide range of software.

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    W1G & W2G
    The World Glyph Sets are character repertoires comprising a subset of Unicode characters. Their purpose is to provide an implementation guideline for producers of fonts for the representation of natural languages. Unlike Windows Glyph List 4 the world glyph set is specified by font foundries and not by operating system manufacturers. It is, however, very similar in glyph coverage to WGL4, but neither is a full subset of the other.

    Fonts in the OpenType W1G category contain a defined minimum character set. This includes Greek (Monotonic) and Cyrillic. W1G stands for “World Glyph Set One.”

    Characters for OpenType Pro (gray) and OpenType W1G (gray + black):


    With more than 600 characters, this standard guarantees that at least 89 languages can be supported by every W1G font

    W2G OpenType fonts have an extended character set for international communication. W2G fonts support many languages based on the Latin and the Cyrillic alphabet. In addition, W2G fonts support monotonic Greek and Hebrew.

    The following character set table shows all characters of a W2G font. With more than 890 characters, this standard guarantees that at least 93 languages can be supported by every W2G font







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    thank you very much, very complete

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