How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts
@Erwin Denissen ,Please help me, thank you!
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Re: How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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In the glyph overview, select the glyph members that you wish to make bold, then run the bold transformation.
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Re: How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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Bhikkhu Pesala wrote: Thu Oct 17, 2019 3:24 pm In the glyph overview, select the glyph members that you wish to make bold, then run the bold transformation.
Your method doesn't suit me. I just want to bold the specified member in the composite glyph. But the original member should not be bold.
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Re: How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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hhwxyhh wrote: Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:23 amI just want to bold the specified member in the composite glyph. But the original member should not be bold.
Then just select the glyph members that you wish to be bolder, e.g. the accents.
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Re: How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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Bhikkhu Pesala wrote: Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:53 am
hhwxyhh wrote: Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:23 amI just want to bold the specified member in the composite glyph. But the original member should not be bold.
Then just select the glyph members that you wish to be bolder, e.g. the accents.

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You still don't understand what I mean. I have made a picture. Would you please have a look? Thank you so much!
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Re: How do I bold parts separately in a composite font? But do not bold the original parts

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If uni5B97 is composed from uni793A and uni580, select uni580 and bold that.
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