Adobe had a lot of complicated automation involved in cranking out their converted library. Still does. So, it could be an accidental thing.
But it could also be deliberate. I do not recall being i… (View Post)
It may very well be true that they are perceived as having zero contrast, I just don’t assume it, is all.
I think it would be an interesting experiment to take a variable font with a cont… (View Post)
Adobe long had a rule that virtually all Adobe fonts needed to have tabular figures as the default. This was questioned, but left unchanged, in the early years of OpenType. I don’t know if it was eve… (View Post)
Further to what Frode said:
There is no built-in mechanism to store names of classes in an OT font, that is purely on the font editor side. So that is lost when you compile to OTF or TTF.
The natur… (View Post)