If you had access to a Mac, you could use ftxvalidator from the Apple Font Tools to test your fonts. This should give similar results as the Font Book validation. Example:
$ ftxvalidator -T MyFont… (View Post)
I usually just add .1, .2, .3, or whatever. Usually, it's not because I'm undecided, but because I want to try a different approach and I want an easy way to go back if it doesn't work out. Sooner or… (View Post)
To address the Cyrillic part of your question: I've been commissioned to add Cyrillic to typefaces only by US/European companies—primarily game companies. I've never been commissioned by any Cyrillic… (View Post)
Aha! That's what happened. Glad it will be back soon!
Until then, Cyreal has a site based on Pablo's code, so if you don’t want to create something yourself:
* http://www.cyreal.org/Font-Testing-Pag… (View Post)
I find that's not how I work. If I occasionally save a version of a glyph as .alt, I find that always indicates that I'm not satisfied with that approach, and I am unlikely to return to it. … (View Post)
Juan: as you are using InDesign, the better solution seems to use a character style with the no-break attribute and trigger it through a GREP in paragraph style. My interface is in Portuguese, but yo… (View Post)
Ramiro — I don’t know what value these lists will actually have, from a practical standpoint; but I went ahead and ran an analysis last night.
As mentioned, my master word list was compiled from An … (View Post)