From: James Kass (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 24 2007 - 10:57:04 CST
Murray Sargent wrote in part,
> Vista's NotePad does choose to glyph all text, and hence displays
> default Latin ligatures if they exist in the current font.
I'm not sure what is meant here.
If Vista Notepad implements font instructions for non-discretionary
features using Uniscribe, that's fine. But, if Vista Notepad substitutes
Latin (or even Armenian) ligature presentation forms for "normal"
strings in the display for any font which has glyphs mapped to those
presentation form characters regardless of individual font OpenType
table instructions, that's not so good.
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