These are chat archives for caryll/otfcc

29th
Sep 2016
Behdad Esfahbod
@behdad
Sep 29 2016 13:44
@be5invis this is really neat! Thanks for sharing!
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 13:47
@behdad Things just go beyond expectation
Behdad Esfahbod
@behdad
Sep 29 2016 13:48
Yes :)
Laurence Penny asked during our presentation, whether we can interpolate along a path, we said no. Now we know we can in CFF2.
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 13:50
And, if they do not limit "blending" a subroutine ID
then you can change topology
under certain styles
but... what's the point of blending a function index?
Behdad Esfahbod
@behdad
Sep 29 2016 13:51
Don't be evil ;)
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 13:53
But they give us the right of being evil ;)
Behdad Esfahbod
@behdad
Sep 29 2016 13:54
Just when we thought we remove all the control flow operators :))
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 13:56
I do not think that giving ability to "blend" a subroutine index is intentional.
Behdad Esfahbod
@behdad
Sep 29 2016 13:57
Definitely not.
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 14:01
I will not support blending a subroutine index in otfcc. Definitely not.
and for non-linear terms, maybe not either
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 19:01
blob
"fontmagick" (not really)
Cosimo Lupo
@anthrotype
Sep 29 2016 19:09
?!
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 19:12
Just a workflow prototype to manipulate fonts
Cosimo Lupo
@anthrotype
Sep 29 2016 19:19
Just ;)
Belleve Invis
@be5invis
Sep 29 2016 19:21
This script is used to build composite fonts... for M$. Really.
... well, currently, candidates for M$.