|Adapting small bitmap fonts to TTF
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|Author:||lidnariq [ Sat Aug 10, 2013 7:36 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Adapting small bitmap fonts to TTF|
Here's the w I see when I look at the bitmap:
'w' (I feel like the bitmap version implies something curvy on the sides)Sketch out the curves you see and I'll play with that.
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Ctrl+Shift+U 2 6 1 EnterNeither firefox, abiword, nor gimp obey that. rxvt-unicode does honor C-S-261, though.
Here's the bitmap glyph I was trying to representBut in the previews you give of the bitmap form of Base Seven, you don't use the closed g.
I was pointing out how the f's hook extends so far into the next letter that the place where it touched the dot of the i, there was this little chasm. I was hoping for a more deliberate touching there.
the 'fi' ligature's kerning is substantially tighter than other letter pairingsThat's one of the problems with working with quantized advance widths. If I widened 'fi' by one pixel, it would appear no different from fi with no ligature.
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