- Glyphs 3.0.3 (3091) with these add-ons:
- Variable Font Preview 3 plugin
- mekkablue scripts
- Python module
- Vanilla module
- macOS Monterey 12.0.1
I have a font with twelve masters: normal and italic in six weights each. I had previously been using the built-in ‘n’ icons for each master, but realized I could choose an actual glyph from the font instead.
I edited every master to use the ‘e’ glyph. The little preview in the font info panel looked fine for each of them.
I went back to the main window — and all the toolbar buttons for the masters are gone. Completely absent. Here are things I’ve tried:
- Restarting Glyphs
- Closing the file, restarting Glyphs, and opening the file
- Nuking everything in
- Doing all of the above again after changing the icons back to the default n choices
One interesting thing about this file is that it used to be a .glyphspackage folder so I could put it in Git sanely, but at some point since my last commit Glyphs has silently deleted the .glyphspackage and replaced it with a regular .glyphs file.
These were the only messages in Console.app that seemed error-like around the time I changed some master icons around:
default 13:09:05.188652-0600 Glyphs 3 Item (<private>) was removed because there is not enough space. minWidth=45.000000 default 13:09:05.188981-0600 Glyphs 3 Item (<private>) was removed because there is not enough space. minWidth=45.000000 default 13:09:09.292738-0600 Glyphs 3 Item (<private>) was removed because there is not enough space. minWidth=389.000000 default 13:09:09.292823-0600 Glyphs 3 Item (<private>) was removed because there is not enough space. minWidth=389.000000