I have been told I am a nice Kat. There are, however, that do not agree.
So much for 'I have been told'.
So you still need two different components to make it work ... which is not how a program should behave.
Ever seen it work on a Mac?
See expologos, the defunct can not understand what you or I or anyone else says. It can not see that a piece of cut out foam only follows the shape of a font. Only follows, not is. Ergo 'based on'.
So for the defunct there are two options, a brain transplant or euthanasia. For the defunct the first option is the best. For the world the second option prevails.
See Claude, it should be 'install FontForge'. If FontForge needs another component to be able to run, that component shall be included in the FontForge installation. But then ... Linux. Which sounds like one OS but which isn't.
If you can not understand what 'based on' stands for you definitely have a defunct brain and need a new one. Urgently.
Edited on Jul 21, 2014 at 19:18 by koeiekat
But Claude, recommending FontForge to an inexperienced Mac user ... if she could at all, only the installation procedure of FontForge ... the separate installation of all these separate modules and then ignoring the extremely steep learning curve of FontForge ... is that a helpful recommendation?
Edited on Jul 21, 2014 at 19:35 by koeiekat
Are you on the waiting list for a brain transplant janinio? As you definitely are in need of one.
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