Clig support

InDesign doesn’t appear to support clig; does Glyphs?

If InDesign doesn’t officially support it, could clig glyphs still be accessed in some manner in InDesign?

clig is supported. It’s activated when you choose “Contextual Alternates”.

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Hmm. I expected it to have its own entry in the panel, never thought it would be incorporated into calt. I also thought it odd that Adobe would register it and then not use it, especially in InDesign.

I’ll read some more on the specs.

Some OpenType menu items in Adobe apps actually activate multiple features. Here are some examples:

“All small cap” → smcp and c2sc
"Discretionary ligatures" → dlig and hlig
"Swashes" → swsh and csws

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