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25 February 2010

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Depth scale

It's a typescale, used back in the dark ages for copy fitting. God I hated print theory lectures in Townhill, 1989-1990.

Sad thing is I've still got mine.

Mmm, picas...

But for those of us who had to match existing layouts, did you have one of these?
http://www.webbsolutions.co.uk/temp/DSCN2101.jpg

quite right, well done Graham, depth scale - used for measuring interlinear spacing - usually baseline to baseline (often incorrectly referred to as leading).

OK, I'll bite: Why isn't interline spacing the same as leading?

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