P22 Operina was designed with the x-height equal to
that of a standard text font such as Times, so that
it appears equal in size to other fonts in your system.
Other script fonts may appear smaller than a standard
of the high ascenders and low descenders in
Operina, the choice was to either make the
body similar to other fonts of the same point
size (Fig. 1) or make the body of the font
tiny to fit in the standard character space
Fig. 2). Either choice had some issues, but
we felt the first option was most agreeable.
to the high ascenders and low descenders (Fig.3),
some applications send the line spacing way
up to match the extremities of the font rather
than the actual point size. Other applications
may do the opposite and the line spacing appears
make your document with the most pleasing line spacing
for your needs its to adjust the line spacing (or
"leading") in the application. Most if not
all text programs allow for this.
change this in Word, Highlight your text, then
and type in appropriate line spacing manually. To
see a comparison of line spacing leading click