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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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