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The underlying architecture of Chartwell revolves around ligature substitutions. Most typefaces use ligatures to prevent glyphs from crashing into each other. A simple swap code looks something like:

sub f i by f_i;

So, whenever an “f” appears next to an “i”, the two get swapped out with a…

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    interesting read on...Chartwell typeface. Check