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A remark, though : Maybe the w looks a bit queer, with its left straight stroke descending to the basis line, I think I would have "rounded" it instead.
I'm unhappy with my lowercase "y" I had a hard time to create it and I'm still unsatisfied, any suggestion ?
-intaglio first of all, thank. I'm impress of your massive work, congrats!
(where's the oh-so-pink dot, I want to know), English is not my first language so I don't get the meaning of this one, can you explain it ?
Kerning problem with the .ttf file:
Sadly the .ttf file when downlading is not properly generated.
FS support comment:
This is a known issue. The problem with the C, G, j, g, etc is to do with the half-brick space on the left of those glyph. The font-generator doesn’t deal with these half-bricks properly at the moment. We will try to fix this in a future version of FontStruct.
As for the l/c y: I think your solution is as optimal as it's going to get. That's the charm of Fontstruct: it's hard.
Merci beaucoup Afrojet
Neurone Erreur - Yes the w is more pleasant like this Merci, est-ce que tu parles francais ?
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