Represents the characteristics of a RaphaelFont.
The ascent property of this font, such as
The ascent is the recommended distance above the baseline for singled spaced text.
The axis aligned bounding box of all glyphs, such as
-11 -274 322 94 (top left corner and width and height).
The descent property of this font, such as
The ascent is the recommended distance below the baseline for singled spaced text
The font family property of this font.
The font stretch property of this font, such as
The font style property of this font.
The weight of this font, such as
The panose-1 classification of this font.
Panose-1 is a system for describing characteristics of Latin fonts that is based on calculable quantities: dimensions, angles, shapes, etc. It is based on a set of 10 numbers, which take values between 0 and 15. A font thus becomes a vector in a 10-dimensional space, and one can calculate the distance between two fonts as a Cartesian distance.
When an underline is drawn below a glyph, the vertical offset of that underline. Usually negative, such as
The thickness of the underline, when a glyph is underlined, such as
The range of characters this font contains, such as
The units-per-em property of this font.
The units-per-em attribute specifies the number of coordinate units on the "em square", an abstract square whose height is the intended distance between lines of type in the same type size.
The x-height property of this font.
The x-height, or corpus size, is the distance between the baseline and the mean line of lower-case letters.
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