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A semi-softy-sans. It would be nice to terminate those square-ended glyphs like s and c with a wispy bit. But the 1.5 x 1 scheme makes it not-doable.
Info: Created on 14th November 2008 . Last edited on 17th November 2008.
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It's nice to get to the point of making a sampler. Though it's not so nice having to excessively massage the font through the kernificator. When, oh when Mr Meek?
Comment by intaglio 14th November 2008
Kerning is a long, long way off.
Proper manual control over the right side bearing (and finally a space character!) is nearer. More likely than kerning in FontStruct is an option to upload a manually-kerned version of a FontStruction for others to download.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 17th November 2008
Personally left and right side bearings are enough: kerning controls would be too cumbersome too manage in the simple (and wonderful) FontStruct interface.

And a space character? Wow!

Thanks Rob!
Comment by Em42 17th November 2008
@em42: you're right, of course. The whole idea is an abomination, forget I said it.

@meek: I'm salivating already. It sounds a simple option that we can ingeniously press into use.
Comment by intaglio 17th November 2008

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