Thanks. But this leads to another question.
Do many digital type designers actually consider incorporating ink traps
into their designs when producing fonts?
Or is this something only Adobe would take on? But then, why would Slimbach
not consider them while Trombly would?
Sorry, for the questioning but would like to know this.
On Fri, 21 Sep 2001 17:17:21 -0800, Gunnar Swanson <
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>I'm not sure whether you're asking about uses for compensating for
>gain in general or ink traps in particular but the difference in gain
>between offset on smooth coated paper and, say, offset on newsprint
>is significant; ink trapping makes sense whenever there is gain.
>Digital type gets printed on all sorts of surfaces. Gain is also a
>factor in printing from inkjet printers.
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