Christian Liljeberg wrote:
> >> >I have always disliked the standard relationship between many faces and
> >> >their italics. In some cases I have gone to the point of replacing all
> >> >instances of italic in a layout with a completely different typeface. Does
> >> >anyone know if there is software which can make this easy (i.e. quark
> >> >extension?)
> >> No need for an quark xtension....quark can do it anyway. I only have the
> >> Swedish version so I don't know what the menu item is called by I think it's
> >> under "Utilities" and then "Font usage...".
> >> Useful thing accually.
> >Is that a new feature of Quark 4? It might be enough to make me bother to
> No. I use Quark 3.31 and it's there. It's under one of the rightmost menus,
> look for Font usage... or Fonts in document... You can do a search for a
> typeface used in your document and choose if you want to replace it. It's like
> Find and Replace but it only affects the typefaces and its style.
> This function has been there the last 7-8 years...funny you haven't noticed it
> if you already have Quark...
I HAVE used this feature, and that is what I was referring to as replacing all
instances of an italic in a layout. It is at best a workaround, for anytime you
reapply a text style you have to complete another search.
What I am really looking for, I guess, is a way to define a style in a layout
program in which I can specify that italicizing the style will change it into a
different typeface (and I would also like the ability to do the same for bolding).