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What percentage of page does/should a text occupy “inkwise”

I do not think the percentage of ink text uses is ever a concern for a designer. At least not any designer I've ever known. In fact, this is the first time in my career I've ever heard of any such ...
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What percentage of page does/should a text occupy “inkwise”

First off I enjoyed (and upvoted) your question- I thought about it off and on all day - so much so that I decided to voice myself. I am not aware of any studies which would indicate desirable or ...
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What percentage of page does/should a text occupy “inkwise”

I have seen this property of printed text referred to as "type color", "typographic color" or "grayness". A lot of effort goes into making the grayness as even as ...
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Can you create a font that changes based on what size you use?

Yes, it’s (sort of) possible, if your TTF file is a variable OpenType font. To start off, 20pt would not normally be considered “smaller rendering” – that’s larger than most headings in books and ...

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