> On Dec 1, 2016, at 12:58 AM, Alastair Houghton <alast...@alastairs-place.net>
> On 30 Nov 2016, at 18:33, Doug Hill <cocoa...@breaqz.com
> <mailto:cocoa...@breaqz.com>> wrote:
>> Still hoping Apple will make SF font specific features part of the SDK.
> Agreed. At the very least it needs to explicitly document the set of
> stylistic alternates for the SF font family so that we know what they all do
> (it looks like there might be more than in your document too; I can’t think
> of a reason for using one, two, three and then seven without also using four,
> five and six).
At the time I wrote that document, I only had time to figure out a few of the
selectors. I have since found out #6 (“High Legibility”). According to the Mac
Font Panel, #4 is “Stylistic Set 4”, whatever that is. #5 appears to do
Also, I finally got time to collect the work I’ve done and make a convenience
class to use these San Francisco font features. See here:
I can’t guarantee that anything will work, or if there are other features I’m
missing. For now, I have support for 11 features:
• Straight-sided six and nine
• Open Four
• Vertically centered colon
• High Legibility
• One Storey a
• Upper Case Small Capitals
• Lower Case Small Capitals
• Contextual Fractional Forms
• Monospaced/Proportional Numbers
Feel free to try this out, and let me know if things work for you.
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