AT Lagman regular

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First steps for the upcoming AT Lagman family release.
Info: Created on 20th August 2014 . Last edited on 30th August 2014.
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Solid and extensive set of characters. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the family.
Comment by four 26th August 2014
An impressive start. I'm sure the rest of the family will be just as good looking.
Comment by p2pnut 26th August 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “AT Lagman regular” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 28th August 2014
Wow. Thanks meek :)
I now have over 80 crazy ligatures:
Comment by architaraz 28th August 2014
And how you can manage them in FS? How I can "call" a ligature or a kerned pair of characters when I use the font if I put one of these in a "strange" glyph place, how can I write (e.g.) my AV kerned if their glyph is on other set of characters? I'm still a learner here, you see.
Comment by elmoyenique 28th August 2014
And congrats for the well deserved TP, compañero!
Comment by elmoyenique 28th August 2014
@Elmo:
In FS, you can't yet. I'm hopeful the day will come when opentype feature support will be added to FS. About "strange" glyph place, there's a "private use area" in unicode with more than 6000 empty (unassigned to any particular glyph) characters for you to use. You add a simple code that directs to those characters, and that's about it... And when there are crazy instances when even those 6000 characters are not enough, you just remove codepoints thus creating empty glyphs that are not in unicode, and go from there...

It sounds complicated, but believe me, it's not.

This font will hopefully be my next myfonts release.
Thanks for the support, everybody!
Comment by architaraz 28th August 2014
Thanks a lot, pal. A new great lesson here, bit to bit. I can't lie you and say that this is easy for me. Sorry for my continuous mistakes, please.
Comment by elmoyenique 28th August 2014
No problem. I must say that the comment above was about ligatures etc.
As for the kerning, you don't need to redraw or add new characters or anything, you just define a kerning value in a window specifically designed for kerning.

I've decided to add small capitals, which is kinda cool and new for me, but now I realize that it will require much work cause they need to be kerned too, and need ligas too... Oh, so much work... Not that it's difficult, but very time consuming.
Comment by architaraz 29th August 2014
Very nice. I'm going to try the "private use area" sometime. :)
Comment by Noah (winty5) 27th September 2014

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