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Old 03-29-2007, 12:58 PM   #1
Michael Rowley
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Default FontLabs TypeTool 3 released

The following is from FontLabs:

Version 3 of TypeTool is out! If you need a good basic font editor for TrueType, OpenType and Type 1 fonts this one is for you. With TypeTool 3 you can not only add and edit characters in your fonts, but you can also change font names, styles, metrics, kerning and a host of other "inside information" that controls how your fonts look and work. And the price is still only US$99.

New in version 3 are some very helpful features:
  • Mask layer editing - now you can edit the mask as well as the outline
  • Bitmap backgrounds - import a bitmap file to use as a template
  • Unicode 5.0 support - new Unicode glyph template images (from Monotype Imaging)
  • OpenType font import and export
  • Metrics and Kerning Editing
  • and many more enhancements

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