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Old 07-23-2005, 06:30 AM   #1
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Default Win TrueType font editor ($35)

From an announcement posted by programmer Allan Murray to the OpenType list, a TTF font editor/design program called CR8type:
True Type font editor software features:
  • Large screen font editing.
  • Visual transformations of glyphs, contours and composites.
  • Input of almost all True Type parameters.
  • Retention of hinting information.
  • Auto calculation of advanced parameters.
  • Composite Wizard for auto creation of accented glyphs.
  • Copying of glyphs between different fonts.
  • User manual in Adobe PDF format.
Download free evaluation version before purchasing the full (registered) version for $34.99.

   
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