The Mighty Ellipsis
John Saito

“Marks of omission should consist of three full points. These should be set without any spaces, but be preceded and followed by word spaces.”

In text and most interface items — I would still strongly maintain Tschicholds dictat above — the ellipsis … should ALWAYS have a wordspace either side, and where possible use the typographic single character … <opt-semi> from the font should be used rather than typing three unspaced periods …

I was once professionally a guardian of Tschichold’s rules at Penguin.

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