ταλέντο -- Talent

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I was looking for some "decorative" glyphs to embellish greeting cards' frames; having come across one of my Greek sets I decided to make the whole Greek alphabet rather than stop at the 7 symbols I liked for my project.

Info: Created on 11th October 2015 . Last edited on Thu, 26th September.
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Not finished yet: adding Basic Latin + numerals + symbols.
Comment by Aeolien 13th October 2015
Nice! I've always liked non-latin fonts, and haven't seen a greek one yet. Extensive and accurate. Very well done!
Comment by tanias 13th October 2015
The copyright is 2005. Other than that, great!
Comment by EvanFonts 13th October 2015
@ tanias: thank you! My own languages are German French and English, I have no idea about other languages nor about non Latin letters.
I am always worried about getting things wrong as the internet doesn't replace native speakers and writers of a foreign language. I try my best and hope to have no mistakes, and hope that someone will let me know of errors .........
Comment by Aeolien 14th October 2015
@ EvanFonts: thank you for your praise and for spotting the date! *corrected that*
Comment by Aeolien 15th October 2015
Very comprehensive - looks all good to me.
Comment by p2pnut 16th October 2015
Thank you p2p :)
Comment by Aeolien 16th October 2015

Please add U+037F Greek Capital Letter Yot. Otherwise, great!

Comment by X2A3Q 29th December 2015

@ X2A3Q: I can't see the U+037f on the Greek-Coptic set. I didn't see "Yot" shape/name on the unicode set either but I did find the code... strange not to have the glyph shapes so that we beginners see what a language really requires to be completely useful, and add the necessary glyphs.

Seeing so many blanks on the band of glyphs I wonder if those codes really are in current use and therefore need to be made?

I added the Yot though. Does that look ok?

Comment by Aeolien 4th February 2016

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