I understand that Adobe products, in particular Photoshop, now have the ability to display custom name for style sets.
So for example, instead of Style Set One, you could have "Art Deco Alternates" or the like. How is this accomplished? Code examples are preferred. Thank you,
Alternatively use the OTLF code editor::
As an owner of a DTL OTMaster 6.3 I would like to edit the Stylist Sets inside OTM and not to use TTX for that.
(Some of the advice here seems to be app-specific, perhaps?)
I'm still trying to figure out whether the code actually works in FLS 5, though! Photoshop seems to think I have five features named "small caps" instead of one small caps and four stylistic sets. Not sure if it's my error, the font (and hence FLS), or Photoshop that is at fault. What else shows names for stylistic sets?
But even if you guess the name ids which will be assigned to the feature parameters, and add them to the name table by hand, the features still didn’t work correctly in InDesign, mixed up substitutions from different features, like when you would switch on a stylistic set for an alternate a, the small caps would be activated.
I should clarify. The fonts did compile, but Photoshop CS would occasionally refuse to load the font with an error when selected from the type menu, and PS eventually crashed.
(But it also works the other way)
I can't try Glyphs because I am a windows user.
Is there no chance to a windows version?
If you feel something is missing, let me know as I'm the main developer.