Wondering, has anyone ever had any problems with compatibility, user complaints, or broken functionality by having "unconventional" styles in a single family all nested under one family name?
What I mean by "unconventional" are those styles that don't fit the typical weight or width conventions: Light, Bold, Italic or Oblique, Condensed, etc.
My case is that I'd like to nest styles like (FamilyName) Outline and (FamilyName) Shadow for a display family all with the same family... basically so it's just one family with the style dropdown displaying all of the "unconventional" style together—instead of breaking out into unique, but related families, e.g. FamilyName Outline - Regular, FamilyName Shadow - Regular.
I find it to be cleaner and more organized in font menus (I know Word has some of it's own ways of handling this), but maybe there's a problem with it I'm not aware of?