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OpenType Collections are just bundles of multiple font files. Each font within that collection is obviously limited by the maximum glyph limit, but as far as I'm aware there is no limit on the number of fonts contained within a collection. I can't find a defined limit either in any specification or in generators (i.e font editors). Microsoft's OpenType ...


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Glyphs uses it's own elaborate glyph naming scheme, which is design to be more "human-readable" and is used to auto generate some OpenType features. For example: You can create stylistic sets by using the suffix .ss01 for the first set, .ss02 for the second set etc. You can create figure sets with the following suffixes: .tf for tabular lining, .tosf for ...


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The title and the content of your post seem to be asking different questions: For an overview of the features in a given font, that information is almost always listed on the website you got the font from. There are also many free and paid apps for graphics, type-design, character maps, and font management (such as FontExplorer) that can show you this ...



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