Stacking letters gets extra tricky when accents are involved. Bungee’s accented characters are spaced and kerned so that they set well with other letters, even other accents. Here are three examples from Portuguese, Turkish, and Polish that show Bungee’s accent-to-accent spacing.
- Krężoły: Polish, the name of several villages in Poland
- Üşümek: Turkish, to feel cold or chilly
- Coraçao: Portuguese, heart
The ever-hilarious Chris Lewis came up with a great term for this: staccents!
Gimlet’s alternate umlauts (OpenType Stylistic Set 08) were inspired by forms found in Schadow Antiqua Fett: