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  • Find a place for the dots! The curious case of the German uppercase umlauts

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    The German capital “umlaut” characters were added fairly late to the German character set. Did you know that this posed a problem to the way German letterpress fonts were cast?
    The German capital “umlaut” characters were added fairly late to the German character set. Did you know that this posed a problem to the way German letterpress fonts were cast?

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