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    site moderator alex
    Feb 11th, 2003 / quote /
    what information/data do you want to edit?
    site moderator alex
    Feb 11th, 2003 / quote /
    fontgrapher is an older program that hasnt been updated in a long time... that's why it can read some of the newer formats.

    hmmm... i dont know if i know of any software that deals with those extensions... i will let you know if i come across of it.
    site moderator koeiekat
    Feb 11th, 2003 / quote /
    The OpenType font format is an extension of the TrueType font format, allowing support for PostScript font data. OpenType was developed jointly by Microsoft and Adobe to produce a hybrid between Type 1 and TrueType fonts, with additional features that works on Macintosh and Windows computers. As part of the deal, Type 1 should receive built-in support in future versions of Windows.

    I think the "Font Creator program" might be able to handle this. Go google and download the trial. Good program. Trial works for one month only.

    Success and ... be nice to the cats.
    site moderator koeiekat
    Feb 13th, 2003 / quote /
    Maybe you can find some help here. PfaEdit seems to import OTF. http://pfaedit.sourceforge.net/

    And, ehh, .... the cats.

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