Opentype features like ligatures

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jacobthomas
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Opentype features like ligatures

Post by jacobthomas » 2016-04-02T21:28:53-07:00

Is there a way in ImageMagick to turn on or off the use of Opentype features such as standard ligatures, contextual alternates, discretionary ligatures, and swash forms?

rob.verhoeven
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Re: Opentype features like ligatures

Post by rob.verhoeven » 2017-09-07T07:44:47-07:00

I was also looking for OpenType feature control, but I couldn't find any. I guess it's not supported at this point.

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Re: Opentype features like ligatures

Post by rob.verhoeven » 2017-09-07T10:37:03-07:00

This post pointed me using Pango in ImageMagick.

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