Well, to be fair, it used to be normal for a sans "italic" to be a slanted roman plus optical corrections. I believe the simple slanted roman per se has never been terribly common, apart from faux italics created by operating systems.Chris Lozos said:The big difference comes with sans serif. It used to be normal for a sans "italic" to be slanted roman. Now, that is looked upon with a turned up nose.
????John Savard said:I don't see anything in there about a change in the price of the font licenses.