What heights would you go to for good letter spacing?

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Simon Daniels's picture
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What heights would you go to for good letter spacing?
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Patricia Fabricant's picture
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They could at least have posted a photo of the lettering in question! Jeez.

He must have used InDesign which doesn't have kerning pairs.

Eric Hague's picture
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Jeez. Could've just opt + arrowed it...

Alessandro Segalini's picture
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Impressive 8)
Funny, and where's that installation, Eric ?

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My faith in local government has been renewed!

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Patty,
What do you mean about InD? It has kerning on by default.

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Alessandro Segalini's picture
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Then when they finish their day they play some layer tennis.

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Yeah, but it lacks kerning tables, a real pet peeve of mine. Quark has them. I don't think all fonts are well kerned/hinted and it's nice to be able to set up the tables only once and know that they will be applied every time you use the font.

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Russia, evidently. [[http://englishrussia.com/?p=376|Here's]] where I found that image, Alessandro.