Luba™ font family
Designed by Hendrik Möller in 2009
Luba's OpenType Features
1. Proportional Lining Figures
2. Tabular Lining Figures
3. Proportional Oldstyle Figures
4. Tabular Oldstyle Figures
7. Superior Figures
8. Inferior Figures
9. Diagonal Fractions
10. Slashed Zeros
12. Discretionary Ligatures
13. Historical Alternates
14. Historical Ligatures
15. Stylistic Sets
Some of Luba's OpenType features may require further explanation.
Currently, no major layout applications support the Historical Alternates feature. Luba's font character sets include just one Historical Alternate: the long s. Adobe InDesign users who wish to use the long s in their text may substitute the glyph for a normal lowercase s manually via the Glyph Palette, or via Stylistic Set 2 (see below).
Currently, no major layout applications support the Historical Ligatures feature. Luba's font character sets include a number of long s ligatures, e.g., for ssi, ssl, etc.. Adobe InDesign users who wish to use these long s ligatures in their text may substitute them in manually with the Glyph Palette, or via Stylistic Set 2 (see below).
Stylistic Set 1
Luba's Latin character set includes alternate, informal versions of the lowercase a, e, and g characters. Customers who purchase licenses for the Luba Cyrillic fonts will also notice that the fonts include alternate informal versions for quite a few Cyrillic letters. In order to substitute these letters for the standard forms, users must simply highlight a block of text in Adobe InDesign, and then choose Stylistic Set 1 from the OpenType menu. Please not that Quark Xpress currently does not offer support for Stylistic Sets
.Stylistic Set 2
By selecting Stylistic Set 2 from the Adobe InDesign OpenType menu, all of the Historical Alternates and Historical Ligatures mentioned above will appear in your text.
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the font: W1G (98 languages),
COM (56 languages),
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Windows menu name: Luba LT Pro
PostScript name: LubaLTPro-Bold
PostScript full name: Luba LT Pro Bold
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