Variable font support
Please add support for variable fonts.
We have started to work on this feature.
Will share more updates soon.
Hi Abhinav, great to hear. Any idea about a time frame, when we can expect it to be implemented? No pressure ;)
Great news! Cannot wait for it to be a feature!
Haeme Ulrich commented
Yesss, looking forward!!
+1, this is extremely important for InDesign (and right now is breaking the flow of anything coming from illustrator)
I need this feature! It feels very restricting to go from illustrator to indesign and not have variable font support.
Indesign should be the first to support variable fonts!
And please add sophisticated control, like being able to use them with character/paragraph styles etc.
Please add support for variable fonts to InDesign 🙏
Make Variable Font support equivalent to what it is on Illustrator.
+1, this is really important for InDesign.
Steve Laskevitch commented
Variable fonts offer the kind of nuanced adjustment to type that InDesign has always pioneered. It is an obvious and suitable addition. Odd that it's in Photoshop and Illustrator first--exceedingly odd that it's in those and *not* in InDesign.
René Andritsch commented
This is a feature that should be offered to users in a modern layout software. Thank you!
Jef Witchel commented
Please add this feature ASAP. It's far more important in InDesigm than in Illustrator.
Will that be the 2019 release? Or an incremental release?
Olli Meier commented
Awesome! I am looking forward to see the support for variable font in InDesign in the future.
Widt Axis Variation instead of Glyph Scalibg is something I would really like to have as well. I actially made a Variable font just for easier justification.
Just as important, for me at least, would be PostScript Support. Also a way to leave the font as as ocr searchable text instead of converting it into paths.
Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer commented
Absolutely. The glyph scale feature for justified text should trigger a width axis variation.
Yes! Please-o, please-o, pretty please!