So about the "ch" & "ck" in German : please enlighten me!
- These have been made into ligatures at times but they are not true digraphs - are they?
- Are we talking all instances of "ch" & "ck" in German or just some in certain words?
- Erik Spiekermann commented ( I quote waaay too loosely here) one that there was a need in the age of contextual alternatives to look again at "ch" & "ck". What could he have been getting at?
- If you did change these would it be to a ligated (ligature) form; one where the two glyphs touch, or would it be a spacing difference?
- If it was a spacing change how does that impact the pattern of light/dark and the or the "balance" of a word?