appendGlyph() with offset in RoboFab vs. RoboFont

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Nina Stössinger

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Oct 12, 2014, 4:24:47 PM10/12/14
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Hello all,

The RoboFab site mentions under Methods (of the Glyph object)

> appendGlyph(aGlyph, (offsetX=0, offsetY=0))
(http://robofab.org/objects/glyph.html)

This gives a Syntax Error in RoboFont where instead, this syntax works:

> appendGlyph(aGlyph, offset=(x, y))

Is this new? Should it be reflected on the Robofab site? Or is it just the implementation in RoboFont that differs? (Sorry if these are dumb questions)

Cheers,
Nina

Frederik Berlaen

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Oct 12, 2014, 4:53:37 PM10/12/14
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He Nina

Arguments inside a tuple can never have a name or key id. The offset of appendGlyph always has been a coordinate. The docs just tries to show the default values (0,0), in a funny way ;)

Also see https://github.com/robofab-developers/robofab/blob/master/Lib/robofab/objects/objectsBase.py#L1515
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Nina Stoessinger

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Oct 12, 2014, 5:24:55 PM10/12/14
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Aaah. Thank you Frederik! 

Nina
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