OT-feature locl not works in InDesign

Henyk's picture

Is it normally? Or something wrong in my feature definition:

@acute = [cacute sacute zacute nacute oacute];
@kreska = [ckreska skreska zkreska nkreska okreska];

feature locl { # Localized Forms
language PLK exclude_dflt; # Polish;
sub @acute by @kreska;
} locl;

???

PS
All corresponding glyphs really exists! :)

Miguel Sousa's picture

I think it is normal.
I'm not saying that your code is correct, but from what I heard,
despite some of the Pro fonts containing the locl feature, the latest
version of InDesign, CS2, still does not support it yet.
But keep the feature in your font, because future versions will.

levonk's picture

I believe InDesign does not support the language tag.

Miguel Sousa's picture

See page 14 of Adobe’s OT User’s Guide for a list of currently supported features.

Thomas Phinney's picture

Yup, it's not supported yet. Perhaps in a future version.

As a reminder, you can request features directly by using the form here: http://www.adobe.com/support/feature.html

Cheers,

T

Henyk's picture

Thanks. I'm still waiting... ;)

Thomas Phinney's picture

What, it hasn't been added yet! Egads!

You'd think we were busy or something. :)

T

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