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Suggestion: ≔ and ≝ #122

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ghost opened this Issue Jan 13, 2018 · 4 comments

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ghost commented Jan 13, 2018

I am no great typographer, but would it not be nice if the ≔ and ≝ are made much clearer? In fact, it would be nice if the =, ≔, ≠, ≡ and ≝ and the like are more looking like each other (at least in size or general appearance), yet still sufficiently different for recognition.

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we do not have ≔ and ≝ in the current design. We will design a version of Plex with full mathematical glyphs next year.

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mjabbink commented Jan 18, 2018

we do not have ≔ and ≝ in the current design. We will design a version of Plex with full mathematical glyphs next year.

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inferno986return Jan 23, 2018

So that's full support for the Mathematical Operators block in 2019?
I just want to make sure I get it right for the Wikipedia article I'm working on.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_Plex

inferno986return commented Jan 23, 2018

So that's full support for the Mathematical Operators block in 2019?
I just want to make sure I get it right for the Wikipedia article I'm working on.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_Plex

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Off-topic: @inferno986return, thanks for working on that article! One clarification I would like to make is that the Apache license is only for the web development code attached. There will soon be a separation of repos that will help with that confusion.

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seejamescode commented Jan 23, 2018

Off-topic: @inferno986return, thanks for working on that article! One clarification I would like to make is that the Apache license is only for the web development code attached. There will soon be a separation of repos that will help with that confusion.

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inferno986return Jan 23, 2018

Sure, sure. I should probably create a separate issue for the Wikipedia article.

inferno986return commented Jan 23, 2018

Sure, sure. I should probably create a separate issue for the Wikipedia article.

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