Making some glyphs wider – or narrower, come to think of it – would make your font unusable if its purpose is for use in monospace environments. Any basic code editor would not be able to work with i… (View Post)
Just so you know: the – ah – mobile friendly re-design of Typophile, with its post titles in 80 pt and the post text in a 7 pt sans in grey, was what finally and definitely drove me away there.
(Aft… (View Post)
A note on your
... while InDesign may allow that, it uses a worthless fixed unit for both width and offset: a value in points. That means that you have to set different tailored values for … (View Post)
Anyway, there is only very little overlap between Unicode ranges and actual language support. "New glyphs" may get added to the block in which one would expect only if there is enough empty space lef… (View Post)
It's a screen artefact, related to *Moiré patterns*. In this case, the distances between the thin lines, which are heavily antialiased because the lines are so thin and at a slight angle, interfere w… (View Post)