- Open some UFO
- Assign some color tag to a glyph
- Remove color tag again
- Save and close
- Reopen file
The color tag is there again. A change of color is correctly saved, just not the removal of color. This (also) lead to error messages about changed file content when I saved a file to my Dropbox folder, probably because the file content on disk and in memory differed and the synchronization triggered something in Glyphs.
Side note: exporting to UFO seems to always set font info fields like the Postscript name and style map. Is this intentional? I’m co-working with Trufont and it doesn’t set these fields. A bit annoying because I have to scrub the Glyph-exported UFO file for version control…