Space Movie Ligatures

by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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Clone of Space Movie. A - CJ B - CS C - CT D - CZ E - EJ F - ES G - ET H - EZ I - FJ K - FT L - FZ M - GT N - GZ O - LJ P - LL Q - LS R - LT S - LY T - PJ U - ST V - SZ W - TJ X - TT Y - TZ Z - YJ a - ZJ
Info: Created on 15th October 2009 . Last edited on 22nd October 2009.
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Every conceivable combination is covered, apparently. It opens up a whole new avenue for typesetting possibilities. Can you write a code in Python to tell the font which ligature needed to replace certain pairs of letters? 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 20th October 2009
Yes, frodo, it is my goal to make efery possible combination, I'm not sure if they are all usable (especially when it comes to the greek letters).

I don't know Python.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 21st October 2009
You wouldn’t need to use Python. Just load the ligatures into the original font using FontLab and implement the OpenType discretionary ligatures feature.

Maybe I could have a go at this for you testwise, if you want, CMunk.
Comment by sebastianberns 21st October 2009
@ Sebastian: Go ahead.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 22nd October 2009
Space Movie OT
featuring basic latin discretional ligatures.
Comment by sebastianberns 24th October 2009

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