From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 26 2003 - 12:55:47 EDT
At 02:59 AM 8/26/2003, Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin wrote:
>My copy of Photoshop 7 has an interesting image in its (HTML format)
>help file, page <1_16_4_13.html> on "Using ligatures and old style
>numerals". It shows three examples of «Type with Ligatures option
>unselected and selected»: "ct", "fi" and "fh".
>The bad part of it is that the ligated characters shown (in the sencond
>and third examples) seem to include a long "s" instead of an "f"...
><ty_06.gif> attached for reference.
Whoever made the image probably made a mistake; either that or the font
used has faulty lookups. Photoshop 7 uses OpenType glyph substitution, so
what you are seeing is not character mapping but glyph-space processing.
Tiro Typeworks www.tiro.com
Vancouver, BC email@example.com
You need a good operator to make type. If it were a
DIY affair the caster would only run for about five
minutes before the DIYer burned his butt off.
- Jim Rimmer
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