Abnormal size in letters with diacritics?

How come, in some fonts, letters with diacritics are larger than the
rest, even though the same size is selected for all? How can I fix this?


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Clarification Request
Haven't personally noticed this ...

so could you possibly give us a few examples you have the problem with? Would need font size, face, and weight you are using for each font.

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Re: screenshot

The example is clear. But we still lack the information to be able to reproduce it (which is necessary first step):
- what font (face)
- what font size
- what font weight
- what program (MS Word, Wordpad, OO Writer)?
- what OS?


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May I add one more thing?

Since Windows uses the printer to render on-screen display of such things, the printer make, model, version driver, Windows OS as well as video display settings can have an effect.

I had this one system where they complained of screen rendering at 640x480. It was hard for me to tell them "yup, it will look a little ugly."

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- Neutraface
- Any size
- Bold, Italics, light and medium (all)
- Using GIMP to add text to an image
- Windows XP Professional

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Wowser. 275 bucks for that. I bet you want it perfect.

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