but not really. (kerning means the different space
needed between A - V, and V - V; it depends
on the used font, but fonts sometimes (always)
have erroneus kernings)
There is a main difference of importance between
spacing and kerning:
without optional spacing your work can have professional look,
but without manual kerning the work will be wrong
at typographics surely, so it is impossible to work with
fonts in gimp in this way.
I can't emphasize it's importance enough.
On Tuesday 07 September 2004 14:46, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Aewyn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Is there any way to set letter's kerning in
> > gimp?
> If you are refering to letter spacing or
> tracking, here's the relevant bug report:
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