This is a response to Vol 6 Larry 5 ("Shift Option")...
My apologies! Although I did say option T (as opposed to option t) in my voice font description (See Vol 5 John 13), I should have been more clear. You will notice that the help screen (type ?) specifies that you must hold down the shift key.
As I'm sure you know, the standard geneva font (on which our font is based) comes with many nifty option characters. If you have a KeyCaps desk accessory you can see these by pulling it out and holding down the option key while the keyboard image is displayed. Most of the standard option keys have been maintained in the voice card font.