I’m having this problem: the beginning of the “cedilla” is aligned to the baseline, but in some characters like “ş”, the stroke is so thin that the curve goes below the baseline and this happens:
I was wondering if there is a way of fixing this without having to create a “cedillacomb.alt”?
I fix this problem by converting the cedilla component to outlines and chopping off the top. Not all diacritical marks should be done with components.
Don’t care about the T. Just make it work with CcSs. If it is too low for T, so be it. Tcedilla really does not exist, it is just a historic accident. In Romanian, Tcommaaccent is used.
If OCD forces you to make an alternate, make
cedillacomb.T It will be preferred over
cedillacomb when you create the composite for
Note: don’t forget to then also decompose the base letter you are using this on. Never mix components and paths, this only creates alignment problems. I would strongly recommend what Rainer wrote above: make a cedillacomb.s (or whatever letter you’re having trouble with) and continue using automatic alignment.
Thanks for all the ideas!