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I mean, let’s face it, adding accents to a font is incredibly tedious.
Eastern European users have complained that only the traditional design is acceptable
And I imagine many Eastern European type designers might make the “niche” glyph complaint about that annoying x, for example.
Christian, how does Glyphs differ from Fontlab in creating accented glyphs? Fontlab has the auto-build for accented glyphs where it automatically combines components for any given accented glyph you create.
Christian, how does Glyphs differ from Fontlab in creating accented glyphs?
Chris Lozos said:
It is a language issue more than a style issue. I always include both with a language tag substitution in locl.
Simon Cozens said:
Is there a shared, public repository of this kind of localization (or other) OpenType recipe? If not, would it make sense for there to be one? It seems a lot of people have to reinvent the same wheels.
James Puckett said:
I like the modern designs because they save space. But I don’t use them because I only want one cedilla design in a font and in the past Eastern European users have complained that only the traditional design is acceptable in their culture.