To take the previous article further—and because I tend to have an urge to stress-test environments—I added two more Super OTCs to the Source Han Super OTC open source project this morning.
First, I added a Noto CJK Super OTC that combines the Noto Sans CJK and Noto Serif CJK OTFs into a single 64-font OpenType/CFF Collection.
Next, I created a Super OTC that combines all of the OTFs from the five typeface families, Source Han Sans, Source Han Serif, Source Han Code JP (Japanese-only), Noto Sans CJK, and Noto Serif CJK. The total number of fonts is a mind-blowing 142! (Note that I forced the 'cmap' tables of the Noto Serif CJK fonts to be shared with those of Source Han Serif; the former fonts lack mappings for U+2252 ≒ APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO OR THE IMAGE OF and U+25C8 ◈ WHITE DIAMOND CONTAINING BLACK SMALL DIAMOND.)
What is particularly interesting about the 142-font Source Han + Noto CJK Super OTC is that its file size is a mere 219,392 bytes larger than the 78-font Source Han one. This is because almost all of the 'sfnt' tables of the Noto CJK fonts are shared with Source Han ones.
As with the previous article, for those who use the Source Han or Noto CJK fonts and have updated to Windows 10 Creators Update, please add a comment as to whether the Super OTCs, in particular the one with 142 fonts, installs and functions in that environment.
Once again, enjoy!