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Old 03-03-2005, 01:20 PM   #1
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Default Quark fights back w/OpenType

Quark is beginning to reveal aspects of QuarkXPress 7. According to an article in the online magazine Publish, the next version of the layout program will have a brand new type engine, based on Unicode and capable of accessing all the features and extensive character sets of OpenType fonts.

The company previewed the typographic features at Linotype’s TypoTechnica 2005, which was held at the St. Bride Printing Library in London last month. According to Gavin Drake, Quark’s U.K. marketing director, “this upgrade represents the biggest change to QuarkXPress in the last 10 years.”

Read more from a brief Quark press release.

   
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