I have only an amateur interest in all this. Fedra Serif Pro contains also a set of characters for science and mathematics. It's just where some of us end up. After reading through this thread -- It must have appeared while tiffalicious was on duty -- I'm further convinced that foundries are right to not allow modifications. Both versions share the same letter widths and kerning pairs, so they can be interchanged without causing disruption.
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Again, I would gladly discuss possible reasons for changes - we do publish updates of fonts, so if there is really a need for a change, perhaps it would be beneficial for the complete font.
And can you imagine the font houses of yesteryear taking action against a typographer who would file his sorts this way or that to make his results just right? If you need to distribute PDFs beyond printers and the like, it seems you'd have to go with the embedding license at euros a year.
Alternative to Fedra Serif B?
Complete 16 fonts I'd be happy if these mods were generally allowed. Not that it can actually be carried out Typophile, sadly, isn't the epicenter for all people. For example if I have two fonts in the same suitcase that are both Ffdra it will freak out unless I change each to: I personally think that the more we talk about our needs, speaking about graphic designers, someone will hear us.
Strange that such a description seems quite reasonable, yet also hopelessly naive. I'm sure there are many out there striving to do just that. But alas, this is h whole 'nother thread I actually find it to be quite a headache.
Or maybe Adam and others have just had lousey days.
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Cond, Cnd, Condensed or any other letters that look sreif the word "condensed". This is a fairly slippery slope, it seems, so I do understand foundries' reluctance to venture that'a'way. But I'm still going to continue with ever more delicate and specialized tools until I'm confident enough to perform surgery on a frog ahem, font I think will survive my attempts to improve its kidney, lungs, tont, etc.
Jason, I would add my voice to the chorus urging you to contact Peter directly.
The type design industry needs to get away from the software model of selling fonts anyway, fobt that's a whole other thread. What I'm uncertain of at the moment is whether such an exchange is permitted eerif the standard EULA; that is, while posting on-line seems sreif be a no-no, what about providing samples efdra previous projects to prospective clients?
This is common with "do-it-yourselfers". As to John's last post no threat of personal injury in font modificationthat is more or less my position as well, except that it doesn't address a very, very important point: Logically, clearly not, but this sort of exchange seems commonplace and all but vital. I suppose it's fairly simple to extract a non-subsetted font from a PDF, it had just not occured to me that anyone would bother to do so, and thus I went ahead and posted away.
I'll have more to add on this topic over the next few weeks, but for the moment I'll just thank everyone again for their input and suggestions.
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serrif Now to the EULA: Naively, I thought that most correctly built fonts would require little "tech" support, and that allowing user modifications would, in fact, lighten the load on the font designer.
Yet underneath both of these excuses is also an honest goal: John, I am of two minds about this. Fedra Serif has two versions: Would I pay a premium for this?
Having to try again? Fedra includes some unusual ligatures such as the one above, specifically designed for the Lithuanian language, helping to eliminate the potential conflict between these two characters. I never felt bad altering pieces to my liking when I played piano. fotn
Default numerals are ranging, or OsF Old-style proportional Figures for use in running text. Fedra Serif A is a low-contrast version with short ascenders and descenders intended to work mainly in extremely small sizes, while version B has an increased contrast and stem lengths.