[texhax] GFS Didot Old Style Figures Issue

Alessandro Ceschini alescesc1986 at yahoo.it
Sat May 17 11:57:11 CEST 2014

> The documentation for gfsdidot says:
>    The design of Didot's 1805 Greek typeface was influenced by the
>    neoclassical ideals of the late 18th century. The font was brought
>    to Greece at the time of the 1821 Greek Revolution, by Didot's
>    son, and was very widely used. The present version is provided by
>    the Greek Font Society.
> otfinfo -f  GFSDidot.otf
> tells us that this font at least has both lining figures and
> oldstyle figures. You can select which you want using fontspec and
> xelatex.
> Bob T.
As you said in your previous message, text figures are available only in 
the regular style, not in the bold one. My question, again, is: is this 
OK in typography to have a document with text figures throughout the 
text but lining figures in bold style?

/Alessandro Ceschini/

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