Galilee Unicode Gk

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Basic font information

Copyright notice
Copyright (c) Rodney J. Decker, 2004. All rights reserved.
Font family
Galilee Unicode Gk
Font subfamily
Unique subfamily identification
RodneyJ.Decker: Galilee Unicode: 2004
Full font name
Galilee Unicode Gk
Name table version
Version 0.007 2004
Postscript font name
Trademark notice
Galilee Unicode is a trademark of Rodney J. Decker.
Manufacturer name
Galilee Unicode is an orthotic, bicameral Greek font intended for use with koine/Hellenistic Greek. It is a Unicode font (developed from the [non-Unicode] Galilee font, which used the Latin keyboard [Greek glyphs assigned to Latin characters].) Designed to match the font metrics and general style of the Trebuchet font and optimized for use on screen or with a video projector and on the web. Fulll manual hinting (including delta hinting) is included for individual characters. The standard ASCII characters are also included for compatibility purposes (some programs "complain" if they do not find these characters present in a font). These are NOT intended for use and they do not necessarily match the overall style of the font. (They are simply the glyphs from the FontLab FreeSans font, reduced just slightly so as not to exceed the height of the Galilee glyphs.)

Extended font information

Platforms supported

Platform Encoding
Microsoft Unicode full repertoire
Unicode BMP only
Macintosh Roman
Unicode Unicode 2.0 and onwards semantics, Unicode BMP only.

Font details

Created: 2004-12-27
Glyph count: 488
Units per Em: 2048
Embedding rights: Embedding for permanent installation
Family class: Freeform serifs
Weight: Semi-light
Width: Medium (normal)
Width type: Normal
Mac style: Bold
Direction: Only strongly left to right glyphs + contains neutrals
Pattern nature: Regular
Posture: Upright
Stroke weight: Book, text, regular, etc.
Pitch: Not monospaced

Visual characteristics

Family type: Latin (text and display)
Serif style: Normal sans
Arm style: Straight arms / wedge
Letter form: Normal / weighted
Weight: Medium
Proportion: Modern
Contrast: None
Stroke variation: No variation
Midline: Standard / pointed
X-height (corpus size): Constant / large