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    site moderator koeiekat
    Dec 16th, 2005 / quote /
    That's because Celtic does not differentiate between lower and upper case. I've seen 2 fonts that do but with the immediate result that they don't really look Celtic anymore; BoydUncial (freeware) and Uncial ATT (commercial, Agfa). I found a few that distinguishes between capitals and lowercase by just making the caps bigger. But, so sorry Yuri, that's it.
    site moderator alex
    Dec 16th, 2005 / quote /
    small caps, in case that is something you could use:

    http://www.abstractfonts.com/search/Kelt%20Caps%20Freehand
    site moderator koeiekat
    Dec 16th, 2005 / quote /
    Alex, I don't understand. Yuri wants a uncial with clear differences between lc and uc. Then a small caps does not really do the job. True?
    So while there are plenty on uncials around with lc and uc the same just difference in size that doesn't do the job.
    To be clear - again - the job can not be done. A true uncial - by whatever name - can not differenciate between lc and uc. Lc and uc do sipmly not exist in the Celtic script. Force it and you don't have a uncial anymore.
    It is like wanting a zebra - or a tiger for thatmatter - with both vertical and horizontal stripes. You get two very cross animals but non of them being a zebra nor a tiger. Imagine what you would get when you cross these ... a crossword ?
    site moderator alex
    Dec 16th, 2005 / quote /
    heh.. i figured you will pounce on me... 8)

    my reasoning was that he might just be working for some publishing/media/design company and needs upper/lower case for the visual effect and doesnt happen to have a button that in his program of choice that will make that transformation.

    if not and i missed something obvious that he said, i blame my ADD, but my intents were good

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