Hello, I’m working on a project with multiple masters. I have calt substitutions for dealing with some clashing pairs. However, these clashes do not occur in all weights. I was wondering if it is possible to slightly adjust the calt for one of the masters. Thank you for the help!
You can adjust it for each instance. Add a “Replace Feature” parameter.
Thank you Georg, I’ll give that a try.
Hello Georg just revisiting this issue,
Is there a documentation regarding how to use the “Replace Feature” parameter? I was able to execute the “Remove Feature” but when I added a feature on the Replace Feature “value” box/pop-up, it did not work. I don’t know what format is expected and was not able to locate the documentation for it.
I actually want to keep the same features but maybe change the classes in some of the instances for example:
sub x @classa by z;
It would be helpful to be able to change what’s in the
classa for each instance.
I really appreciate the help!
Try the Replace Class parameter then.
You can either replace or remove a feature. Not both.
Rainer, thanks for the info. I actually did not stack the two parameters. When I add a Replace Feature parameter, I wasn’t able to figure out what format the large input box is expecting me to enter in. I tried pasting the feature code that I want, as it would appear in the
calt section of the features panel in the Glyphs Information window, but that does not work. What am I doing wrong?
I am essentially trying to have different glyphs in some of my classes like the one below called l_desc
In order to do this, I followed the below step.
During export I get this error:
Can you tell me what I am doing wrong here?
You are trying to replace a class, not a feature. You need to use the “Replace Class” parameter. The same syntax:
classname; a b c
Thanks Georg, did not see that parameter, I am just realizing Rainer gave me the answer last week, I misread his post, apologies