Thanks to all donors, the last campaign was successful, and all goals have been reached!If your company is using Free Type in your product, and you care about continuing support and further development, please contribute to my funding effort so I can continue to bring the best text rendering to your devices!The most important change is a new bytecode hinting mode for True Type fonts that finally activates subpixel hinting (a.k.a. The new release also brings support for the following new scripts in the auto-hinter: Armenian, Cherokee, Ethiopic, Georgian, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Malayalam, Sinhala, and Tamil. For the same reason, stem darkening for the CFF engine is now off by default, too. Two notably new features are auto-hinting support for the Lao script and a simple interface for accessing named instances in GX True Type variation fonts. Among other new features we now have auto-hinting support for Arabic and Thai, together with much improved handling of Apple's GX True Type variation font format. The library also contains a new round of patches for better protection against malformed fonts.The main new feature, which is also one of the targets mentioned in the pledgie roadmap below, is auto-hinting support for Devanagari and Telugu, two widely used Indic scripts.If you are going to use variation fonts, please update to this version since it comes with some important fixes.More information on this and other changes can be found here. This is mainly a maintenance release with one important change: By default, Free Type now offers high quality LCD-optimized output without resorting to Clear Type techniques of resolution tripling and filtering.capachsyearbooks northfieldhsyearbooks concordiauniversityportlandyearbooks martinmethodistcollegeyearbooks loweltextileschoolyearbooks sheltonstatecommunitycollegeyearbooks highpointuniversityyearbooks Very helpful for systematising thought in the philosophy of language.Lecture titles: lecture 1 Philosophy of Language – Distinctions and Overview lecture 2 Use & Mention, J. Austin’s Speech Act Theory lecture 3 Speech Acts – Twelve Features, Five Classifications lecture 4 Classifications, cont., Grice’s Theory of Meaning lecture 5 Grice, cont., Some Counterexamples, Intentionality lecture 6 Expressibility, Rules, Representation, Intentional Acts lecture 7 Theory of Human Action, Freedom of Will lecture 8 Performatives, Assertives, Directives, Commisives lecture 9 Review of Speech Act Taxonomy, Frege lecture 10 Russell’s Paradox, Frege’s ‘Sense and Reference’ lecture 11 Frege, cont., Extensionality vs Intensionality, Russell lecture 12 Russell’s ‘On Denoting’, Strawson’s ‘On Referring’ lecture 13 Review of Frege, Russell & Strawson, Twin-Earth lecture 14 Russell vs Strawson, Indirect Speech Acts, Indexicals lecture 15 Cluster theory & Kripke, Externalism vs Internalism lecture 16 Externalism vs Internalism, cont., Indexicality, Truth lecture 17 Theories of Truth, Objections to Correspondence lecture 18 Answers to Objections to Correspondence Theory lecture 19 Relativism, Solipsism, Background Capacities & Rules lecture 20 Anthropology, Fiction, Non-explicitness, Commitments lecture 21 Fiction cont., Grice’s Maxims, Indirect Speech Acts lecture 22 Indirect Speech Acts, cont., Metaphor lecture 23 Radical Contextualism, Metaphor, Quine’s Two Dogmas lecture 24 Naturalism, Quine on Indeterminacy, Chomsky lecture 25 Chomsky cont., Pictorial Representation lecture 26 Picturing, cont., Performatives, Human Institutions lecture 27 Social Construction, Externalism, Proper Names lecture 28 Philosophy of Language in Wider Context, Metaphor (thanks to Scott B at So far I've tried the first lecture and have to say that it is very information intensive.
This output is indistinguishable from Clear Type with a light 3-tap filter.
A more detailed description of the remaining changes and fixes can be found here.
This is a call for a new Pledgie campaign to support my (Werner Lemberg) expenses in 2014.
UC Berkeley's Philosophy of Language from 2010 gives me a big reminder that going to collage as a student takes some developed talent as an accomplished learner, which fortunately for almost everyone can in part be attained by maintaining a steady interest in educating oneself.
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