I’m currently setting up diacritics in my typeface. I made use of the topAccent / bottomAccent function in Glyphs which worked great! Now I would like to do the same for my stylistic set characters (there are a lot of them). This is where I got stuck. I tried two different naming formats: A.ss01.topAccent and A.topAccent.ss01, but when I try to generate Adieresis.ss01 etc. it still combines the default character with the marks. Is there a flaw in my logic or is the feature exclusive to default characters?
Thank you Georg! If it was jut this character, I would do it manually. but unfortunately almost every character that has marks needs a top/bottomAccent version.
I did screenshots of all my steps to visualize my situation. Hope that helps
The difference is the size. A significant characteristic of the typeface is, that nothing goes below the baseline or above the cap-height. Instead the characters have a smaller version (while stroke width remains the same). The bottomAccent characters are moved 200 units from the baseline to fit the mark underneath