Glyphs has a range of filters ranging from the essential to the esoteric. This section will demonstrate each and provide techniques for effectively incorporating them into your workflow.
- [Instructor] There are eight filters…built into Glyphs, and scores more that can be added…via the plugin manager in scripts folder.…Filters are usually applied in the edit window,…which makes sense, since most of them perform…operations on paths.…But it's also possible to use them in the font window…to apply effects on multiple glyphs.…So I'm gonna double click here…on the lowercase H to open up the edit window.…And let's go up to filters.…So the first filter is fix compatibility.…You'll use this interactive filter…to diagnose and fix problems…with incompatible masters.…
It's covered in the multiple masters section…near the end of the course.…The second filter, hatch outline,…does pretty much that.…It takes an outline as it is…and fills it in with crosshatching.…It can produce some pretty cool effects,…especially when combined with the offset curve filter.…So to get a preview of what's going on here,…we can click outside of any of the dialogue boxes…and just hold down the spacebar.…So, that's a nice, tight crosshatch.…
- Measuring type
- Classifying type
- Using the Glyphs app tools, windows, layers, palettes, and menus
- Working with Glyphs app scripts
- Drawing letterforms and characters
- Using filters
- Creating punctuation and reference marks
- Deploying OpenType ligatures and stylistic sets
- Fitting and kerning
- Exporting and testing fonts
- Setting up masters and instances for a font family
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1. An Introduction to Type Design
2. The Glyphs Workspace
3. Drawing Glyphs
4. Completing a Basic Glyphs Set
5. OpenType Features
6. Fitting and Kerning
7. Exporting and Testing
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8. Multiple Masters
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