Munson

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Re: Munson

Post by PJMiller » Wed May 03, 2017 6:25 am

But I forgot, this font has anchors so the combination of any base character with any combining diacritic should come out correct so you don't need all these Welsh characters because you can make them. :D

But you've now got them anyway. :wink:

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Re: Munson

Post by PJMiller » Sat May 06, 2017 9:37 pm

These are the latest versions of 'Munson'.

I think it's just about finished now.

Unless anyone can find a problem I've overlooked.
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Munson_Roman.otf
(157.38 KiB) Downloaded 178 times
Munson_Italic.otf
(155.25 KiB) Downloaded 166 times
Munson_BoldItalic.otf
(154.85 KiB) Downloaded 168 times
Munson_Bold.otf
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Re: Munson

Post by PJMiller » Thu Jul 20, 2017 10:09 pm

The real final version has just been put up on Deviant Art.

There were a lot of improvements to the open type features and anchor positioning between the version posted in the previous post and the final version.

Enjoy. :D

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Re: Munson

Post by PJMiller » Sat May 04, 2019 3:42 pm

The Munson font has just been updated to version 2.0.

This is a major update. It now has Cyrillic and Greek. Many more kerning pairs were added, more anchors and many more open type features.

Erwin's masterful fraction code was used so it handles sophisticated fractions correctly.

It was also fixed so that it handles the dotted and dotless i characters correctly in Turkish when they are converted to small capitals.

Enjoy ! :D

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