From this question and answer:

  1. On desktop, the "strong articulation" diacritic, [ ͈] (U+0348), is rendered at bottom-right of the combined character, rather then directly beneath it, like this:


Does this mean we should change desktop font, for example, to DejaVu Sans (which is a standard font for IPA)?

  1. On mobile, every 옛한글 syllables are rendered broken jamo-wise. Does this mean we should change mobile font, too?

I don't know a font which solves both these issues.


This issue seems to be solved since Stack Exchange dismissed to set a default font. Does this apply to everyone?

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    May be it's better to ask this at the stackexchange meta (meta.stackexchange.com) since this is probably not specific to just Korean. It will also get more views there.
    – user17915 Mod
    Commented Apr 29, 2020 at 0:21
  • @user17915 These particular issues are subjective only to this site. If another site had this issue, it would be Linguistics SE. Commented Apr 29, 2020 at 1:39


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