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    1 matches comment You need a (preferably vector) drawing program to reconstruct the glyphs. If you then save these reconstruted glyphs - each individual character - as a bitmap with a capital hight of say 200 pixels you can import these in a font generating program like fontcreator and easily create your font. OK?
    1 matches comment Hello everyone. I need help on something, hope I can get it here: - what are the basic Arial types (CE, MT Classic...) for those 3 languages: Finnish, Croatian and Rumanian. - and then, in each of those fonts, how can I get the references (hexa codes) for the special glyphs? Thank you very much.
    4 matches comment uploaded image Okay I am not qualified to be telling anyone how to design a typeface or make a digital one, but I am capable in glyph editing so I made the image above to demonstrate. But before I want to get to that, I have to address your question, "what are the best options to optimize a font like these?" If you are only going from 1.8mb to 1.4mb after editing, then you fixed nothing. I am going to be blunt because trust me, you'd rather me put it to you this way than get schooled by the type pros and geniuses around these parts man, well I think so at least! So here goes: The only options you really have are: A. Do the painstaking manual editing of the entire font and those thousands of points that need to be corrected and removed. Beyond tedious yes, but if you want to make that font and would like to solve these problems, then that's what it will take. and B. Start over. Begin a new font, and try different settings for tracing and try different formats and different sizes until the resulting outline has the detail you want, while not consisting too many points. They don't have to be perfect, because your software is designed for editing fonts. You can fix the errors after tracing your outlines. I am being totally honest here, I downloaded St. Andrew to see what all the fuss is about, and mon Dieu! My computer has never EVER ever behaved the way it did when I tried to open your font! I am serious! Ever! It lurched and chugged like never before! *Almost* crashed. And I looked at the file size, wowzers. Champagne & Limousines contains eight complete fonts, each with 379 glyphs, almost 400 glyphs in each so thats about 3,000 charachters in all right? (I hate math I could be way off there) But anyways its a lot of glyphs. Together unzipped they are only 400kb. It is a simple style considerably, but honestly, what you have made with these recent fonts are so elaborate I actually completely see where neogray was coming from. These are much too large and intricate, you should offer them in a different format than fonts. It's not impossible to make an elaborate font that is suitable. A really decorative font is going to take up a considerable more amount of space than non-decorative ones. That's okay. They are for decoration. Their larger file size goes with the territory. But a behemoth is impractical. My grunge font Frail&Bedazzled that I used in the example above, is 227kb (bordering on too large I'd say) but it also contains all basic punctuation, numerals and several accent characters , 175 characters in all, so considering it's a grunge-gazillion-contours-font, 227kb is really not so bad. I did use it in this example, because this was one of my first fonts I ever made,my first ever grunge font, and I had much to learn still as it contains many errors. I am not even sure if I joined the contours of composites, or if I made them simple glyphs again. I did update it not too long ago but only to a minor change, but anyways, as usual I digress. Frail&Bedazzled is a font that though it's not flawed to the same level as St. Andrew, but I'm not happy about it. Because it is full of errors and problems. For what? I am not trying to bamboozle people. I want to make nice fonts for their computies because I heart letters. :) Nowadays, I would not ever put a font out there that is so flawed. I did not know that those red stray dots outside my curves were that bad of a thing. Or that intersecting contours and redundant points were either. But there is no other way. I have do have a lofty air about the little truetype fonts I make in FontCreator. For those who love type and fonts, who are more than happy with what a non-hinted truetype font has to offer. I shamelessly and happily assist them. That said, I want to be proud of my little fonties, I "optimize" them as much as FontCreator allows. I know I am not a real type designer (only in my head) but I certainly go about my business in fonting as if I am. So, besides A. editing, and B. scrapping starting over, theres C. continue making fonts like this, because some people and their computers can tolerate them. But I wouldn't recommend that you do so I am not kissing *** here either, if you sucked I tell you to stay home and go make a social media icon or something. A lot of people do suck at making fonts. I did for a while and I still am the worst kerner on the planet I think. but you are a very talented designer. Everything you make is extremely popular, your brushes everything. If you were to make truly amazing fonts, and by that I mean fonts that are free of these errors, are reasonably sized and otherwise thoroughly inspected and tested prior to making their debut, well you'd be a shot-caller then, :P And the pic shows a bunch of glyphs that interesct overlap or are necessary. They could all be selected and deleted. Your font is much much more complex....but I don't think it's impossible to edit them thought it will take a bit of time. Well. I need to get off my high horse now and get back to using fontcreator and my blogspot lol. :::shakes fist at lunarpages::: ('nother story.) Good luck man and everyone here on the forum, ~Cheerio from the Font Gimp. I mean Nymph. Ciao.
    2 matches comment if im not mistaken, vector formats that display text contain simply information about the font and the size without containing the actual glyphs converted into vector shapes
    2 matches comment uploaded image Re: Champagne & Limousines. The only thing that bugs me in that geometric sans is your decision to make some glyphs way smaller than the others. Speaking of small "v","k", "m" and so on. When paired together with other characters they somehow get lost in the flow...especially the "v". I assume that was your idea of making an unique font, that is somewhat similar to Avant Garde... but it somehow itching me :)
    1 matches comment Out of space transcription? :) unleashed Area51 code? comes from special glyphs in Word
    1 matches comment uploaded image view details for free font #16324 Obcecada Sans es una tipografía geométrica muy condensada y fina con acabado redondeado en las astas y uniones con ascendentes y descendentes cortos. =========== Obcecada Sans is a very condensed and fine geometric typeface with rounded finish the horns and joints and falling short. =========== • Descarga gratis las versión completa de la fuente desde mi web (497 glyphs) • Letras griegas • Números disponibles en mi web. • Sólo para uso personal. • Licencia comercial disponible + webfont • Download the full version from my website (497 glyphs). • Greek letters • Numbers available on my website. • Only for personal use. • Commercial license available + webfont ===========>>
    2 matches comment Now Joe, don't be careful, so you may learn something today. [quote="joe"] ... So If I lost a flasy font say abaddon I would more likely pay for it ... [/quote] Let's have a look at the Abaddon: 0 (zero) kerning pairs: Abaddon™ contains 194 glyphs and no standard kern pairs. This font does not include embedded bitmaps. There is not a glyph mapped to Unicode® position 20AC, suggesting that this font doesn't contain a euro currency symbol. In a font viewer it does already look uneven - certainly at larger sizes. Is this me or is this true? Let's have a closer look; and what do we see? [img]http://koeiekat.com/images/abaddon_cap_t.png[/img] It is a mess!! Is this only true for this one T? Let's validate the Abaddon. The result? 41 glyphs have been (partially) fixed. 8 glyphs still have problems. Simple glyph index 11 Contours with unknown direction (12.0, 24.0) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 16 Intersecting coordinates (117.0, 147.0) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 17 Contours with unknown direction (140.0, 665.0) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 23 Intersecting coordinates (550.7, 611.3) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 27 Intersecting coordinates (164.7, 72.5) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 48 Intersecting coordinates (90.0, 113.0) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 55 Intersecting coordinates (403.9, 542.0) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors Simple glyph index 116 Intersecting coordinates (164.5, 72.4) (165.5, 73.0) Contours with incorrect direction Unable to perform this test due to previously detected errors In short: rubbish. Messy on screen and totally useless for print. Not worth a dime. And you are prepared to pay 10, 19 $ Think again Joe. Think again.
    2 matches comment It could also be the very similar PF Champion Pro by Parachute ( over 4,000 glyphs and many ligatures)
    1 matches comment uploaded image One of my recent fonts, KleinKarpets, is now available on this site. The direct link is: http://www.abstractfonts.com/font/12701?text= KleinKarpets is an abstract dingbat font with extra large glyphs; 2.9 inches at 72 point size. It is somewhat unique in that, when specific letters are typed in sequence at 36 point size, up to four glyphs will come together to form a larger glyph. Different sequences of keys will form different larger pictures. If you like this font, please post a comment, either in this thread, or on the download page. I'll be posting more of my fonts here over the next few days. Please note that my fonts have been known to cause problems with Windows Vista when Clearface is enabled, but they work fine with Windows XP. For Mac users, an .otf version of this font is available. I wasn't able to include it in the uploaded zip file because it would have made the .zip file submission larger than the 1 MB limit. Thanks, I hope you like it. ~bito

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