Although A is defined with correct Unicode, it insists on residing in “Latin, letters” and not in its assigned place in the uppercase glyphs. Any idea
Don’t set the category/subcategory/script with default values.
Maybe you have a
glyphOrder custom parameter?
Yes, I had. Once removed A is back home… Thanks
Wait, another font in that famile does have the glyphOrder parameter and works perfect… How come?
Do you mean that this one has a glyphOrder? Have you checked it is correct and has no special/non spacing characters next to it,
This is the content of glyphOrder of the working font:
glyphOrder.pdf (32.4 KB)
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There was probably simply a typo or invisible character in the glyphOrder parameter.
I had a look at the files and it looks good for me.