Why do you treat the ď (d caron) differently than the ȟ (h caron)

qkeave's picture

Why do you treat the ď (d caron) differently than the ȟ (h caron)? OR the t caron from the h caron... etc.

Igor Freiberger's picture

The caron (or háček) receives a special design just in Czech and Slovak, similar to an apostrophe, when applied to letters with ascender. This is related to these languages culture and typographical heritage. The same does not occurs in other languages.

For more information, consult this site.

qkeave's picture

Perfect!

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