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George Thomas

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  1. I can easily understand why there is not more widespread use of VF. In many cases it would be too much to expect users to both understand the utility and the desirability of VF. In another sense I can also see where the use of VF would be a nightmare for someone trying to match a previous use of one from another source. There certainly are pros and cons to using them.
  2. I second what Rene said. I invested in the Affinity Suite because I recognize that people will be using it as an excellent alternative to Adobe software. I need to test my fonts with the Affinity product to ensure buyers have a trouble-free experience. Everything that Serif can do to help other developers is very welcome.
  3. Adobe's InDesign annual big update is coming soon (late October) and will include support for Variable fonts. Affinity products need this support also to provide adequate competition for those wishing to move away from Adobe.
  4. I bought AP 1.7 today and in setting it up, in Prefs I don't find a setting for a Scratch Disk. PhotoShop has used one for years for better performance so I would think AP would follow that method also. Please add it in the coming updates.
  5. When in your Publisher development roadmap do you plan on supporting the OpenType Variable font format, if at all?
  6. Trust me, Monotype will not care; not one tiny bit. They want people to be able to use their fonts.
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