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/T and /Z seem to tower above neighboring letters a bit.
Does the thin stroke of /X appear broken?
Are /O and /Q bruised on their top right?
I believe I mentioned that before, but the tail of /Q really doesn't work for me at all. It looks like it's crinkling its nose.
Yeah, that's one of my design flaws... it keeps popping up everywhere. Much like spurs on /T and /Z, it's just in my DNA at this point. I blame the local PBS station, which used a Palatino /Q as its logo, and the old Arkham Press Lovecraft printings, which used a Garamond with prominent /T and /Z. At least I wasn't exposed to Comic Sans at that young age! Anyway, your point is valid; I'll play with /Q.
The /a might be leaning to the left a bit much?
The appears to be some rendering problem with /g, maybe some path orientation issues?
I should probably use Adobe's pdf reader (whatever they're calling it these days), 'cause SimplePDF and TeXworks gloss over that sort of thing. Then again, /g has a lot of pieces I haven't bothered to fully join -- maybe that's it?
Spacing strikes me as a bit wide in a few select places, for example in «ut» and «at».
Very much so, but there's no kerning at all -- I cleared it out, given the new spacing. Kerning is not my favorite activity, so I've been putting it off. (Much more fun to work on another face!)
Maybe ready for one point uh-oh?
Not sure what you mean by that, but the spacing and kerning could still use some work. Look at «Curabitur», for instance.
/G is rather clumpy. The lining /2 and both /5's look very weird to me.
I like the /g.
Ignore the open overlaps; as usual, I’ve forgotten to remove
them. I have bigger issues, like lumpy curves and grotesque proportions and no
clue about why they’re wrong — just that they’re wrong. Is it just me, or are the UC proportions just off? Does the italic seem stiff? Too much Times influence (completely surprising to me) in the roman?