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need a font with a specific glyph

04/08/2012 à 12:07

Please help.

I am looking for a specific font (not the TITUS, that means not a Times New Roman based font) containing the latin letter E/e with ring above.

Thanks a lot!


04/08/2012 à 13:32

ering? What language is that? Or do you mean Edot and edot, Ė ė? See http://www.dafont.com/andika-basic.font

Édité 3 fois. Dernière édition le 04/08/2012 à 15:14 par koeiekat


04/08/2012 à 18:44

I don't know any language that uses an Ering. I need it as a kind phonetic symbol


04/08/2012 à 19:37

The only occurrence I found is in Cheyenne language : (sorry, link in French only) http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/E%CC%8A

Didn't we have a similar thread recently ?


04/08/2012 à 20:08



04/08/2012 à 20:21

That is edot, not ering.


04/08/2012 à 20:31

drf_ a dit  (voir le post)
Didn't we have a similar thread recently ?

That was Cherokee.


04/08/2012 à 20:36

koeiekat a dit  (voir le post)
That was Cherokee.

You're right, I found it in the meantime, I must have mixed indian tribes in my mind


04/08/2012 à 20:43

koeiekat a dit  (voir le post)
That is edot, not ering.

No ering in Unicode.


04/08/2012 à 20:55

Nope. Found one font with Cheyenne characters, but also that one uses the edot.


04/08/2012 à 21:59

Ulv a dit  (voir le post)
I don't know any language that uses an Ering. I need it as a kind phonetic symbol

Have not found an ering in any font for phonetics. edot, yes. So I suggest you take the edot or forget it.


04/08/2012 à 22:09

How about this ? Many seem to have that "ering" made out of a ring misplaced over an "e", but for some it seems to be ok.


04/08/2012 à 22:49

Only two or three show the ring above the 'e' in a somewhat correct position. None does it with the 'E'. So the ring is handled as a deadkey and can only be placed at a fixed position. No good. I checked those with a more or less correct position over the 'e' and, indeed, the character is not there. As Claude already said : "No ering in Unicode".
One could of course in a unicode font change the ė (e with dotaccent) with an e with a ring but that would make the font unusable for any use where the ė is needed.


05/08/2012 à 18:25

Thanks to all!

It's the sans-serif Andika - http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?item_id=Andika_download
Another font, that looks... ah, quite elegant, is Gentium Plus - http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?item_id=Gentium_download



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