Is there a type width between Regular and Condensed?
If there would be such a width, would it be too much of a splitting hairs sort of thing for users to understand?
I've got a typeface in the works whose regular width is just too extended for my tastes. But for certain reasons, it has to be labeled the "regular" width. I have condensed weights too, which aren't really all that condensed, but are narrower than the regular.
Short of renaming my axis points (which isn't a possibility here), is there a proper name for a width that would lie between these two points?