4874Re: Comic Sans et al
- Oct 31, 2005Dan
I'm hoping you can shed more light on this. Since it worked. . .
The encoding is quite crucial to success. What specifically were your
incoming and outgoing "preferences" for "encoding" with the OT Jenson?
Offlist if you prefer.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, Dan Franklin <dan@v...> wrote:
> Hi, Gerald.
> >Are you using the new Studio 5? I've got the 4.6 manual and that is
> >the one I was talking about.
> Ouch. I'm using 4.6 with a manual I downloaded 2 or 3 months ago.
> >I haven't had the hinting problems with PS1 that would cause screen
> >disturbance. The sequence I use is based on the old Altys "underground
> >manual," which dealt with the metrics issues fairly thoroughly. These
> >are just sort of assumed in the FL manual. It's hardly for dummies.
> >(Did you see today's Microsoft Typography's comment?)
> 'Font seeks editor ... FontLab need not apply.' That's good!
> >Basically, I'm hoping that since FL has broken the FOG code and intend
> >to make the editor OT aware and a middle range editor rather than a
> >type design program, that I can stay with it and be fairly comfy.
> Actually, they *bought* the FOG code and hired on as consultant the
> fellow who's been trying to support it all these years.
> Don't forget -- you can stay up an hour later tonight. Clocks change
> at 2 <smallcaps>a.m.<endsmallcaps>.
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