Originally Posted by ShellShock
No problem. I was wondering about including all the special glyphs (fractions, ligatures etc) in the main text line, so that they get displayed in the different font-styles (bold, italics). This would trap the cases where a glyph is present in e.g., normal style but not bold/italic.
I was also thinking about having a whole sample paragraph (of several lines) in normal, to give an idea of the general reading experience with that font.
Go ahead and have fun modifying the file. I have no problems with anyone adding features that they would find useful.
I originally created it when I got tired of seeing square boxes (some empty, some with question marks) in books I was reading so I wanted a quick and dirty test file to allow me to see how well diacriticals were handled. After fun with the various Kobo fonts that, as you noticed, displayed italics as bold and the need to follow the naming convention for add-on fonts, I added the italic, bold, etc. test lines.