I’m hoping to decompose glyphs before slanting them in a instance-level custom parameter, to prevent slant transformations from compounding on one another (first slanting
idotless, then slanting
i with the already-slanted
idotless). Maybe I’m getting the order of operations here wrong, but my thought is with the following custom parameters:
- Decompose Glyphs a, b, c, d, and every other glyph
- Filter Transformations;Slant:8;SlantCorrection:0;
Glyphs should decompose each glyph, then slant each glyph’s paths.
But Decompose Glyphs doesn’t seem to do much here, and I’m still getting compounding transforms. I saw elsewhere in the forums that Decompose Glyphs takes a list of glyph names. Does it matter what format the list is in?
I wondered too if this is just a bug (in previous versions of the 2.4b I don’t think I even had to decompose glyphs before slanting via custom parameter).