From: Adam Baker <adamb924@gm...> - 2009-12-20 13:02:04
I am trying to import a kerning table in a feature file. When I
include kerning pairs where one of the pairs is a contextual variant,
position \uni062F \uni0639.init -95;
position \uni062F.fina \uni062D -240;
then when I generate the font I get an error message, "Kerning is
likely to fail on Windows" with the text, "On Windows many apps will
have problems with this font's kerning, because because [sic] 42 of
its glyph kern pairs cannot be mapped to unicode-BMP kern pairs".
(42 is the number of positioning specifications my file has with
either .init or .fina glyphs)
Is there a way around this?
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