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Arne Freytag said:
I come back to the alternate /g and have a question: The /g as contextual alternate does only work if this option is activated by e.g. Indesign, right? But how can I use it as a standard, by default? As .liga? Or ist there another possibility?
How does the Italic look to you? (It is nearly upright, only 4° slanted.)
BTW is the tutorial for curve compensation on briem.net
Is it still „state of the art“?
I tried different terminals in a second version (below): They are more traditional, but I prefere the current version (above). I find It fits better to the concept. What do you think?
I’m not so sure about the /Q. (current version on the left side, three variations on the right)
As first letter of the typeface name (Quador) it is very prominent and maybe bit too boring … (?) The /Q gives typographers a chance to express themselves, but on the other side I don’t want to get too far. What’s your opinion?
Hrant H. Papazian said:
Weights need to work in pairs, more than looking pretty in a waterfall.
How do you handle the stem width of the currency symbols? Is e.g. /$ the same as /S and /¢ like c, or do you use the stem width of the numbers as reference?