PragmataPro 0.826 Ligatures in mono version? Why not!

After many requests, I decided to change the font files structure of PragmataPro:

The PragmataPro complete pack includes two folders: Fonts with ligatures and Fonts without ligatures
Both folders includes two kind of fonts grouped as Modularspaced and Monospaced.

The goal is to fit the need to have Modularspaced fonts without ligatures, Monospaced fonts with ligatures.
Two situations impossible to get before.


— New ligatures for R language and C#

Now the entire set of ligatures has reached 177 for every weight (Regular, Bold, Italic and Bold Italic)!


— Harmonized APL symbols

Thanks to the help of abrudz now PragmataPro has more consistent APL symbols


— Minor improvements:

— Regular and Italic: improved the TrueType hinting

— all weights: ligatures are now more compatible with IDEs like IntelliJ IDEA


Log-in and download your updated files for free, if you purchased the license from this site.

Feel free to contact me directly or notify an issue via Github to improve PragmataPro again and again.
Thank you!

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PragmataPro 0.824

PragmataPro 0.824 more ligatures and compatibility

More ligatures and compatibility!

  • all weights: Ligatures are now Contextual Alternates OpenType features to obtain more compatibility with the most part of Text Editors

  • all weights: added these important ligatures for Scala programming:
    ++= -+- -\/ \/- <~< <==> =/= ??? |-> |–> |=> |==> ##

  • all weights: improved the design of these ligatures:
    <!–

  • all weights: added ligatures to emphasize important message in command line
    [INFO] [WARNING] [FATAL] [ERROR] [TRACE] [DEBUG] [WARN] [ERR]
    (thanks to Kim Silkebækken for this cool idea!)

  • Regular: improved the hinting of numerous glyphs like x, s, twosuperior, threesuperior, questiondown

  • Regular: improved the design of some math operators
    emptyset, intersection, union, multiset, multisetmultiplication, multisetunion, plus.circled, minus.circled, multiply.circled, fraction.circled, operator.circled, ringoperator.circled, asteriskoperator.circled, equals.circled, dash.circled, squaredplus, squaredminus, squaredtimes, squareddotoperator, logicalnotReversed, turnedNotSign, blackDiamond, whiteDiamond, blackDiamond, whiteDiamond, supersetBesideSubset, supersetBesideAndJoinedByDashWithSubset, doubleStrokeNotSign, reversedDoubleStrokeNotSign, logicalnot
    (thanks to Miëtek Bak for the important support!)

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I won the award I really wanted!

I received this email about PragmataPro
Italian only, sorry

firstname: Yuri

lastname: D’Elia

message:
Solo una parola di apprezzamento per Pragmata Pro. Veramente eccellente.

Ottimo bilanciamento del peso per tutti i caratteri. L’hinting e’ davvero favoloso. Tutte le misure che uso di solito sono pressoche’ perfette e mantengono un ottima forma.

{[(+-= sono ben allineati. Mi piace la scelta del $ che non risulta troppo pieno. Forse l’unico carattere che mi da l’idea di eccessiva compressione e’ & sotto i 20px.

I simboli matematici sono una favola :). Ho fatto parecchia programmazione con APL a suo tempo, e ora uso emacs con pretty-mode.el. Nessun altro font e’ consistente per il range math symbols. Solitamente usavo un font di Dialog, ma Pragmata Pro ha tutte le glyph necessarie. E’ stato questo il motivo che non mi ha fatto resistere 🙂

L’unica cosa che ho notato e’ la forma di () che sembra cambiare dalla versione regular al bold a dimensione 19px. Il bold sembra piu’ curvato, probabilmente a causa dell’hinting. L’effetto si nota usando emacs con show-paren-mode che evidenzia le parentesi, solitamente cambiando il weigth in bold e invertendo i colori. Se non fosse che la parentesi e’ allo stesso posto con/senza bold, non me ne sarei mai accorto.

Detto questo, ti ringrazio ancora per il font. Eccellente.

Spero avrai piu’ tempo in futuro per estendere il range anche nelle varianti non-regular.

Grazie ancora, e buon fine settimana 🙂