In a development absolutely nobody had predicted (counter-examples welcome in the comments, but I’ll believe it when I see it), Apple has reversed its decision to ban apps based on Flash from the iOS App Store. continue
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Newspaper ad for August Bank Holiday event at The Feathers Inn. Another piece for Rhian and Helen’s excellent pub at Hedley on the Hill, Northumberland. Fonts are from Adobe’s Wood Type series plus various cuts of Caslon and Clarendon. Ornaments and swashes customised in InDesign.
An extension of TrueType, OpenType can also accommodate PostScript data, allowing fonts created in both formats to be converted. It also adds new features, notably vastly expanded character tables, allowing variants such as oldstyle numerals, small caps and even complete foreign alphabets to be included in a single font file, and automatic alternates, so a different letter shape or ‘glyph’ will be selected for a character depending on which characters come before and after it. continue reading excerpt
So Apple has finally done it: having prevented Flash Player from coming to the iPhone (and iPod touch and iPad), it’s now, with the revised clause 3.3.1 of the iPhone developer agreement, closed the door to Adobe’s constructive and innocuous workaround of allowing Flash developers to convert their projects to iPhone/iPad apps. continue
Some publishers are stumped when asked to retrieve material from old editions. Unlike web content, printed copy doesn’t always go through a CMS, and the only final version may be the one on the page. If you’re sitting on an archive of InDesign or QuarkXPress documents, it can be difficult and time-consuming to answer questions [...]