These are the changes to the glyph chart:
Ver. 1.1.6, 18 Sep 2005
no changes except to update version number to sync with letterform names chart
Ver. 1.1.5, 10 Aug 2004 -
added Sigma.10, the TLG "three-bar right angle sigma"
added Digamma.09, "leaning F digamma"
added Iota.07 (same glyph as Xi.02)
corrected Omicron.05 (which had mistakenly changed to a dot in version 1.13-1.14)
Ver. 1.1.4, 2 Aug 2004 -
Ver. 1.1.3, not released -
Ver. 1.1.2, 11 May 2003 -
22 Apr 2003 -
Ver. 1.0.9, 15 Apr 2003 -
Ver. 1.0.8, 02 April 2003 -
Disigma deleted as a name for Greek characters
Disigma renamed to Sampi02
Disigma.02 renamed to Sampi04
The four circle annotations removed to permit additional Greek glyphs. They will be restored in the Unicode version
Ver. 1.0.7, 21 Jan 2003 - These were
the last glyphs designed by Ralph Hancock
Epsilon.02 redesigned to have top and bottom arms more rounded
Omicron.03 enlarged and lowered
Omicron.04 enlarged and lowered
Ver. 1.0.6, 27 Dec 2002 - No changes to position chart required when corrected Lambda.02 and Lambda.04 (glyphs were switched); corrected names of Lambda.03 (from "Lambda 3") and Lambda.04 (from "Lambda 4"). The font was unaffected so only the letterform names chart needed correction.
Ver. 1.0.5, 20 Aug 2000 - new letter Kappa.02 replaces "X". Characters Theta.02, Gamma.03, Gamma.04, Theta.06, and Theta.12 have their median dot increased in diameter.
Ver. 1.0.4, 21 Aug 2000 - Corrected chart to add new glyph Kappa.02 and move the Kappa X to the alternate letterforms column. New glyph Pi.05 also added.
Ver. 1.0.3, 18 Aug 2000 - Added Omicron.04, previously omitted. Primary (unshifted) realigned to read Primary (shifted) to make the font compatible with documents which are created with MS Symbol font.
Ver. 1.0.2, 17 Aug 2000 - Corrected chart to show Lambda.02 as the unshifted character and moved Lambda.04 to the alternate letterforms column.
Ver. 1.0.1, 2 Aug 2000 - no changes to glyphs, but the Digamma section moved to follow Stigma, and also given the numeric value 6 for which it was used in some cases.
Original version 1.0.0, 11 Jul 2000
This page last updated 26 Jan 2011