Generally speaking, font sizes for ScriptCategory.tall and ScriptCategory.dense scripts - for text styles that are smaller than the title style - are one unit larger than they are for ScriptCategory.englishLike scripts.
- englishLike → const ScriptCategory
The languages of Western, Central, and Eastern Europe and much of Africa are typically written in the Latin alphabet. Vietnamese is a notable exception in that, while it uses a localized form of the Latin writing system, its accented glyphs can be much taller than those found in Western European languages. The Greek and Cyrillic writing systems are very similar to Latin.
- dense → const ScriptCategory
Language scripts that require extra line height to accommodate larger glyphs, including Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
- tall → const ScriptCategory
Language scripts that require extra line height to accommodate larger glyphs, including South and Southeast Asian and Middle-Eastern languages, like Arabic, Hindi, Telugu, Thai, and Vietnamese.