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ATypI 2006 Type Tech presentations

ATypI 2006 Type Tech presentations in PDF format by Thomas Phinney (Adobe) and some others. More specifically:

  • Character Set Journeys. Thomas Phinney about the evolution of character sets and how they keep on expanding.
  • CSS-based font menus, Windows Presentation Foundation, and OpenType 1.5. By Thomas Phinney.
  • Advanced MM theory. By Thomas Phinney.
  • Is it okay to lie? (in a font). By Thomas Phinney.
  • Intro to SING technology. As Thomas Phinney puts it: SING is Adobe's "next big font thing," a technology for dynamically extending fonts on the fly. This PDF file is largely a copy of a 2004 presentation by Jim DeLaHunt, also at Adobe.
  • Sweeping overview of OpenType support and limitations in applications and operating systems. Talk by Jürgen Willrodt (URW).
  • OpenType feature files. Christopher Slye (Adobe) talks about OpenType feature files.
  • Adventures in Class Kerning. By Miguel Sousa (Adobe).

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