I'm talking about fonts that have already been accepted though. Obviously new fonts should be screened.
It would make for less work for the people running the site and designers would not have to wait for thier fonts to be updated.
I don't think it does count as commercial use as no one is making money from it. I would just go ahead a use any fonts that have a free for personal use license.
If the lowercase and uppercase "y" of my font are both exactly the same is there a way that I can make it so the kerning for one letter is exactly the same as the other?
Do you find that the paths can sometimes come out a bit wonky when you copy and paste them?
How much time are you spending making these fonts?
Does it mean you can download it to try out but if you want to use it you have to pay a license?
I'd do it if you pay me.
Try his Twitter. I tweeted him once and he replied. Not sure his twitter address though.
When you are designing a serif font does every character that can have a serif need to have a serif?
Does anyone know how I can create an eroded texture on a font?
I uploaded a new version of my font yesterday and am wondering how long it will take for the update to show on the site.
I changed the font file to OTF rather than a TTF and that solved the problem.
When I generate my font in FontLab I notice that the shape is a tiny bit off and their are some extra nodes. Has anyone encountered this problem before and know how to fix it?
No, I would not name a font in that way. I am just curious. I already have a name for my next font anyway.
Would like to know.
Wow, 120 fonts. Look forward to seeing some of them.
1)What are you using the fonts for?
2)What percentage of the fonts that you download do you end up using?
Does anyone know of any good tutorials on kerning in Fontlab? Also, my lowercase letters are the same as my uppercase letters. Is there a way that I can set the kerning the same as well so that I don't have to kern both sets of characters?
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