I’ve been using corner components (CC’s) very effectively to add a bevelled edge to a font that I am working on, but now I want to remove some of the CC’s I can’t figure out a way to do it? I’m probably not seeing the wood for the trees, but if anyone could point me in the right direction?
Also, i’ve just noticed that reopening the glyphs file where i’ve used CC’s and now all the CC’s have disappeared - but when I try to add them again glyphs keeps crashing. It seems as though the CC’s might still be there in the code somewhere, but not showing up in the preview?
Anyway, this is perhaps a bug, but for the short term, is there a way to either remove a single CC at a time, and/or perform a wholesale way to check/remove corner components?
Oh sorry, I only skimmed and must have missed that “remove” didn’t refer to decompose them here. What I meant was a command that works for the entire glyph, or all selected glyphs. If I have a serif component (say in H) that means I have 8 corner components; “getting rid” of all corners throughout a font is very tiresome. I liked the components for the fast testing and adjusting, but I find with many diagonal joins things get a bit too wonky to just export the fonts straight from that with corners in place.
Following my question in another thread
Wondering if there is a script that can remove all corners in selected glyphs/layers. Or this still hasn’t been addressed? If so, any tips how to speed the process of removing all corner components?