Between The Lines

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Info: Created on 23rd November 2017 . Last edited on 14th December 2017.
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Does anyone know why this happens. I'll be working on a font and then go to save it and one of the blocks will have changed to another throughout. I want to do this with one of my fonts, but it just seems to happen randomly.

Comment by jonrgrover 11th December 2017

@jonrgrover - If the brick swap occurs randomly, it's a bug in the FontStruct system.  Other FontStructors have noted this, too, and all you can do is go back and fix the "wrong" bricks.  (The next paragraph may help make that easier.)

Brick swapping (example: replacing all squares with circles) _is_ a feature that you can perform in FontStruct.  Read about it under the section titled "Brick Swaps":

Support - Getting Started - Foundations - Working With Bricks

Hope this helps.

Comment by Goatmeal 12th December 2017

I get this bug sometimes too.

Comment by SakanaOji 28th August 2019

Its not as random as u might think I guess, often its due to one of a number of things, all of which we do ourselves. In all these cases a brick (the last one in the default pallet that previously was selected) gets attached to the cursor and if you are unlucky enough to not notice this (this can happen in a blink of an eye) and u hoover on top of the My Bricks pallet there is the risk it gets drag/dropped into the My Bricks pallet as soon as u click once (detaching the brick from the cursor again), resulting in the nearest brick getting replaced.

The most common reason switching back from the Unicode list en going to the brick pallets right away.

Comment by Sed4tives 2nd September 2019

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