I'm probably missing your point but I'll expand on my suggestion nevertheless: I'd welcome a discussion of the possibilities of variable fonts for scripts other than Latin. I think exploration in thi… ((more))
Maybe this was mentioned before but ẞ always follows a vowel or umlaut. So consonant + ẞ doesn't need to be kerned. The ẞ can be followed by technically any letter (but ẞ, see first sentence). ((more))
Thanks, Ana. I'll make sure to spread the word.
FWIW, I'd like to see @Sahar Afshar talk us through variable fonts for justification in the Arabic script, perhaps someone else (Roozbeh?) could talk … ((more))
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