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James Montalbano said:
3 people raised their hands.
Thomas Helbig said:
I dont have the same sample size but my experience is that the same applies to other OT features. That is to say we need to educate more…
Thomas Phinney said:
Adobe once had an “OpenType User Guide” PDF that I did most of the writing for, which was pretty much exactly that. I think it was about a dozen pages. It explained what every feature was and how it worked and how to get at all the features in the apps of the day. They stopped updating it after I left, unfortunately. (About 5% of the content lives on today on a web page, though.)I would hope/suspect they would be willing to let folks use and revise the content, as long as it was not something being sold. I would be happy to dust that off. I am sure I have at least the PDF version, though presumably/sadly not the InDesign file.
Andreas Stötzner said:
When I did Andron-Irish as a font package of its own, I utilized OT-set-1 for the implementation of the alternate insular r- and s- shapes; and OT-set-2 for the implementation of the lenited consonants.