Even if it's been fallen on deaf ears...
“When a designer in Iceland is picking a font to use for his design
some of the desired fonts are impossible to use for the Icelandic
language. How come?
In addition to the English alphabet the Icelandic language requires few special characters. These accented and special characters are:
á é í ó ú ý ð þ æ ö
Á É Í Ó Ú Ý Ð Þ Æ Ö
See this more detailed at Diacritics site.
Accented characters are common in scandinavian and eastern
European languages and are therefore more likely to be included in
the fonts. How ever we often realize that the Thorn, thorn, Eth and eth are missing.” Read on...
In any case, here is a question if anyone has an answer to. If the eth is modified from lowercase 'o', why does FontLab automatically insert numeral '9' to the default eth?