Please introduce a meaningful filter.
Please introduce better filtering options:
- Double story/single story g
- Double-storey/single-storey a
- Dynamic shapes, Passive shapes, Constructed shapes
- Fonts by use (newspaper, book, poster)
- Fonts with variable sizes
- type fonts
Your filter is currently a bit stone-age and just doesn't do the products justice. Thank you!
Alan Gilbertson commented
Beyond simple filters, why not let Adobe Sensei pitch in, to help find suitable fonts and font pairings?
A O commented
+1 on this. There doesn't seem to be a filter for or indication of what axes are available for a given Variable font without opening each individual font family page, which is a massive headache for what should be basic search UI design.
Barbara Tada commented
I work with non-english language documents that use a wide range of diacriticals:
- filter can display all diacritical glyphs
Seth G commented
It's a bit ambiguous, but a "serious" fonts filter would be nice. There're so many "fun," "quirky," and other clutter amongst the results.
For the variable fonts, it would be a tremendous help to be able to filter by axis. For instance, variable widths.
An ambiguous character filter would be nice to have as well. It's such a travesty when a font offers no distinction between a capital o and a zero, or a lowercase L and a capital i.
Mateja Miladinovic commented
A basic filter would be to be able do display recommended body text typefaces (most legible) and to do it based on the intended use - print or screen (or both). This is a basic filter which if combined with serif/sans serif filter would allow us to narrow down the list quite easily.
This could be the filter for recommended size also, so text, deck, display, or text, subheading, heading, poster.
Bobby B commented
There are so many common variants of characters from font to font and it would be great to filter by all of them. E.G., is the top of the 3 angled or curved? Does the 1 have a "foot"? Does the 7 curve and/or have a hook? Which of the three kinds of "hooks" does the G have? Does the lowercase L hook to the right? Does the $ vertical stroke go through or is it just above and below? Are tittles dots or squares?
The list goes on and on and on... it would be great to be able to filter by these categories and more.
Ariadne Remoundakis commented
Hi everyone, we have now introduced a single/double story A filter. Hopefully this helps! The filter is at the bottom of our Properties panel on the Browse page.
This is restricted to A at this time, but it will also help to narrow down options for G too!
Sarah Barton commented
Yes! Would love to search for double story or single story g/a
CHANDNI VENKAT commented
I agree with this 💯! Also tags if not filters of font subtypes - E.g transitional, didone, old style, etc.