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Old 08-01-2005, 12:29 PM   #1
donmcc
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Default Typeface grades

I thought that with the optical weights available in the new Adobe Opern type pro fonts, I would have everything I needed in type. Now I see this:


http://www.typography.com/catalog/me...duplexing.html
It is the typeface Mercury, designed for newspapers, and they have set up different grades for different press types. An interesting concept that I have never seen before. Have others seen this on different fonts?

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