I am wondering if I got a thinking twister or if GlyphsApp might display quadratic curves with hidden oncurve points?
As far as I thought I understand a quadratic curve can only have one control point and that’s also how CoreGraphics treats them “The element holds a control point and a destination point”. But GlyphsApp presents them with oncurve points and a bunch of apparent offcurves, where the connecting lines tangent the path (and that’s where I’d expect the next oncurve to be actually).
So is that on purpose that you “hide” some oncurves, or am I stupid, as often?
I need to know because we’re trying to debug kinks of a very complex variable font and different analyzing tools happen to render the glyphs differently …