Eau de Garamond — a sans distilled from the essence of Garamond

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  • I don't know how to do that.

    If it's good to have, can't Glyphs do it automatically?
  • Kent LewKent Lew Posts: 572
    Plenty of respectable fonts from large families don’t have IDs 16 & 17 for RIBBI styles. Like Minion Pro and Myriad Pro, for instance. Or Georgia Pro and Verdana Pro.
  • Providing them for the entire family may be better.

    There’s no reason it should be.

    See https://www.microsoft.com/typography/otspec/name.htm, for name ID 16:

    If name ID 16 is absent, then name ID 1 is considered to be the typographic family name.

    and for name ID 17:

    If it is absent, then name ID 2 is considered to be the typographic subfamily name.


  • Thanks, I won't worry about it for the time being, then.
  • Nathan ZimetNathan Zimet Posts: 24
    edited February 27
    there was an attempt  :#

    type 1: more like traditional greek

    type 2: suites your style more

  • Christian ThalmannChristian Thalmann Posts: 812
    edited February 27
    Nathan, that second one does look like it could fit into Eau nicely. Are you planning a pull request?  :wink:
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