The amount of refinement going into this face between volleys is getting ridiculous. We’ve gone from semi-soft to slender-slab in the blink of an eye. Or a pair of eyes, as it seems. Apparently Peter is thinking of doing “more” with this font than perhaps Mark has anticipated. You may believe that implementing something as clichéd as “the umlaut gambit” is simply a lazy designer’s way of adding some instant typographic zing.
Well, you’re wrong.
I have it on good authority that Peter’s Swedish heritage precludes him from designing anything without including at least one diacritic character. Sorry, there’s simply no way around it. Therefore, I’ll have you take careful note of the wonderfully whimsical swashlet that Peter has drawn, unabashedly sticking its tongue out at his competitor.
Swedish berries to you, Mark.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Grant Hutchinson.
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