John Cowan wrote:
> More precisely, you need to have glyph *indexes* that are never mapped
> to glyphs. The actual outlines themselves don't need to exist, AFAIK.
Yes, of course. E.g., I guess that the ZWJ "glyph" can be a pseudo-index
which doesn't actually index anything.
The next step could be standardizing the values of the glyph indexes, so
that the entire "GSUB"/"morx" table can be copied in from a template, and
type designers can concentrate on drawing the outlines.
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