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    “InDesign now supports Variable Font, a new Open Type font format supporting custom attributes such as weight, width, slant, optical size, etc. You can change these custom attributes using convenient slider controls available in the Control panel, Character panel, Character Styles panel, and Paragraph Styles panel.”

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    I hope the animation isn't truly representative of the behavior. I would have expected a smooth transition from one end to the other.

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    55 minutes ago, Abraham Lee said:

    I would have expected a smooth transition from one end to the other.

    It would depend on the font: variable fonts can have either continuous or fixed increments along the axes.

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