Jon Cruz wrote:
Well... that depends. If one defines a font in point
sizes, then as the density of the display increased the
number of pixels used in letters would correspondingly
Fonts have a size, usually stated in points. This size is fixed; you
cannot change it. Fonts of similar glyphs but of different sizes
compose a typeface. Fonts of different sizes but of the same typeface
have differently proportioned glyphs. Larger fonts have narrower
strokes. SVG is not good for typography since it can be scaled to any
dimension and type cannot.
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