Learn about ligatures and where they are used.
- [Instructor] Something else you're going to come across … in the world of typography are ligatures. … Simply put, a ligature refers to … two or sometimes more characters replaced …or sometimes more characters replaced… by a specially designed single character. …by a specially designed single character.… The actual characters are still there, … it's just that they are optically replaced by the ligature. …by the ligature.… So if you copy-pasted them into a basic text program …If you copy, pasted them into a basic text program… or something like an HTML editor, for example, … the original characters would be … what you'd actually see there. …what you'd actually see there.…
The ligatures are a visual replacement … in desktop publishing software. … Simply put, a ligature refers to …Ligatures are created primarily to improve the look… two or sometimes more characters replaced …of characters that may appear to collide… by a specially designed single character …or their proximity looks awkward.… that has been created primarily to improve …
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