> Sorry, Michael. This is a type family values list. We'll have no
> discussion of ligaturation here.
You know, Gunnar, pressing home this type family values type thing is very
For example, you've got your basic roman family of upright characters. But
they contain some faces inclined to italic behavior.
Then you've got your other families, some of those barbarian grotesk
things. Some are cursive--I swear! Some have eating disorders (of all
things!) like ultra thin and ultra condensed. Some have swash characters
(you can just guess about them!).
Is this typical of families, I ask you?
It's a puzzlement!
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