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Coda for iOS 2.0 app

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Jul 17th, 2015. Artwork published in
July 2015
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    Source: https://panic.com © Panic Inc. License: All Rights Reserved.

    “Panic ships a font with its Coda application called Panic Sans which is based on this font. Gruber says via email that when he compared Panic Sans against Vera, he noted that ‘Panic had noticeably crisper punctuation chars’ and that it seemed like they had improved the hinting on some characters as well.” — Dan Benjamin

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    2 Comments on “Coda for iOS 2.0 app”

    1. Jul 18th, 2015  12:33 pm
      I thought there was no hinting on Mac/iOS? Or is there some hinting, but not the same as Windows?
    2. Jul 18th, 2015  7:38 pm

      Yes, Mac OS X and iOS ignore hinting, but there are some things you can do to a type design to make it work better with the systems’ particular method of rasterization/antialiasing. I suppose that’s what Benjamin means.

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