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jimspeiser Posted - 11 May 2006 : 20:13:40
I notice that fonts can be filtered by "script", "decorative," etc. But when I attempt to do this, some definitely NON-script fonts show up under "script," and so on. What determines whether a font is decorative, script, etc.? Is there a user-configurable flag to say "This is a script font" or "This is a decorative font"?
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Ahto/Moon Software Posted - 14 May 2006 : 15:48:08
The flag is put in by font designers, but as you can see, some are invalid.

In the next version you'll be able to define your own styles and there will be several ways to group fonts.

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