Schengbers hi

by architaraz
Cloned from Schengbers lo by architaraz, Schengbers LC by architaraz. See also Schengbers UC by architaraz.

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Schengbers family taller version.
Info Created on 9th November 2012 . Last edited on 10th November 2012.
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Comment by architaraz 9th November 2012
Precious, this too!
Comment by elmoyenique 9th November 2012
Thanks, elmoyenique.
But there's smth strange with this one, reagrding size. Look at the image below, at 48pt (or any other value) Schengbers hi's size is not like others. I used the same method like I did with three others, but it's still smaller...
Comment by architaraz 10th November 2012
Comment by architaraz 10th November 2012
@architaraz - I've had the same problem with a pixel font I've made and remade numerous times over the last few years: it's a simple "outline" font that is 2 pixels taller than the original "solid" font (10 pixels tall for "outline", 8 pixels tall for "solid"). However, as a TTF, the "outline" renders at 1/2 the size of the "solid" ?!?!? No trick I could come up with making and remaking the "outline" font would work so that the TTFs would be the same "size"... (:^\

Hopefully there will be a global "Height" marker similar to the width markers for the next major FontStruct update...
Comment by Goatmeal 10th November 2012
@architaraz: The easiest way I have found to conform the global height of related fontstructions is to include in each one of them a single glyph containing both the highest- *and* lowest-placed bricks in the entire series. It can be somewhat tricky to determine the actual highest and lowest bricks when advanced filters are used.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 10th November 2012
@will.i.ૐ - That is a very good tip, but I can say it didn't work in my case... (:^(
Comment by Goatmeal 10th November 2012
Thanks for the reply! I'll just wait for that height update :)
Comment by architaraz 12th November 2012