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Old 01-05-2007, 09:13 AM   #3
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News from P22 type foundry:

As of January 2007, the P22 type foundry library has been remastered in basic OpenType format (TrueType and Type 1 also remain available). The OT fonts include a euro symbol, improved outlines, updated kerning, standardized Unicode for proper international language support, reworked hinting for improved on-screen readability, and standardized menu names.
With my adventures with Chinese fonts, I've been on a crash course in Font technology lately. But... I understand everything mention only up to "standardized menu names". Fonts have menus? How, where, and for what purpose? Can you explain, please?

   
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