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bug #39519: Latin Kerning

Submitted by:  Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>
Submitted on:  Thu 18 Jul 2013 08:48:13 PM UTC  
 
Category: font metricsSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: letter positioning poorStatus: Fix posted
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: Steve White <Stevan_White>
Open/Closed: OpenRelease: 2012-05-03

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Wed 31 Jul 2013 01:07:49 AM UTC, comment #7:

Maybe because there's a SMALL M immediately after, which almost sticks to T, it creates this impression of mine.

Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>
Wed 31 Jul 2013 01:06:24 AM UTC, comment #6:

Italic SMALL U+SMALL T, isn't the space too big between them?

Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>
Tue 30 Jul 2013 09:06:25 PM UTC, comment #5:

In the word "engine", isn't the G too far from N? I don't think you need an image in this case.

Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>
Fri 19 Jul 2013 10:42:43 PM UTC, comment #4:

No this y thing is the same as the "doubling" problem we discusssed in the other thread. In the kerning editor the pairs look nothing like this.

I really haven't had a chance to diagnose that problem.
Only now, I can't seem to turn it on and off as I did before, by building the .otf file directly. Mystery.

I tightenened up f with round letters.

Steve White <Stevan_White>
Project AdministratorIn charge of this item.
Fri 19 Jul 2013 05:47:07 PM UTC, comment #3:

Also check the italic "y+something", it seems still too narrow even on XeLaTeX. Is it a bug of the program, or is it a flaw in the font, or am I just fixated on kerning? :)

Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>
Fri 19 Jul 2013 08:40:58 AM UTC, comment #2:

What about the "offo" pair, isn't the second "o" a bit too far too?

Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>
Fri 19 Jul 2013 12:02:40 AM UTC, comment #1:

Yeah, you're right. Fix in SVN.

FWIW, these pairs have been kerned, and re-kerned, many times.
Why they seem OK one day, and need adjustment another day, escapes me. But tall kinds of things can happen...

Steve White <Stevan_White>
Project AdministratorIn charge of this item.
Thu 18 Jul 2013 08:48:13 PM UTC, original submission:

In the word "effect" with an "ff" ligature, isn't the second "e" too far away from "ff", as compared to the first "e"? I don't think an image is necessary in this case.

Rosella Capriotti <rosy58>

 

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