But why not? You could reach a lot of people at once, more than you can reach by giving screen-sharing sessions of several minutesOfir Shavit said:We ,the Fontark team, will probably not be at Typo-labs (still considering it).
Dave Crossland said:Its not unlimited - there is a current limit of 64k many axes.Olli Meier said:Wouldn't it be better to keep the unlimited idea of many axes?
That’s not what Olli meant.
BTW, the limit for axes is not 64k. It’s 52⁴ = 7311616 (52 letters in combinations of four letters). The 64k limit only applies to axes per font.
While unusual, there are typefaces in which the advance width decreases as the weight increases. Yanone Kaffeesatz is one example. In uniwidth typefaces like my own FF Hertz, the advance width doesn’t increase at all.Belleve Invis said:@Peter Constable
Should axes name carry more semantics? For example, `wght` axis should cause all the glyphs' advance width monotonically increasing along the `wght` value.