[XeTeX] Arno conundrum

Stephen Moye stephenmoye at mac.com
Thu Jan 4 23:32:16 CET 2007

 On Thursday, January 04, 2007, at 10:06AM, "Stephen Moye" <stephenmoye at mac.com> wrote:
>On Thursday, January 04, 2007, at 07:16AM, "William Adams" <will.adams at frycomm.com> wrote:
>>On Jan 4, 2007, at 6:46 AM, Stephen Moye wrote:
>>> Before I get too involved in this, is it possible that some font  
>>> features have been 'turned off' in this 'beta'? I took a quick look  
>>> in FontLab and the features (and the classes they call) seem to be  
>>> defined and populated...
>>I suspect it's more that things aren't fully ``wired up'' --- it is a  
>>beta after all.
>>My apologies if it's a distraction or not useful. It's a face which  
>>appealed to me --- guess I should've been more patient and tested it  
>>more before reporting.
>>William Adams
>>senior graphic designer
>>Fry Communications
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>Nonsense. I live for distraction and I am on record as liking the face -- though the more I look at it, the more it seems a bit like Minion with an attitude 8>}.
>Adobe must be working some very black magic indeed under the hood (an odd and inadvertant play on words...) because a number of the options (such as onum), which don't show up in XeTeX, preview perfectly in FontLab. Hmmmm...

And I can confirm that most of the OT features work in InDesign as well...


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