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  • carlmccall
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    I finally found a decent replacement for the now defunct "Font Forge" project. ("Source Code ONLY" projects -- that assume all end users are proficient in compiling binaries for themselves -- are less than useless to me.) This project works quite well on a Mac Pro with Mac OS X 10.9.1 under Java 7U51 and I am delighted to be able to pursue typography as a hobby IF I can get my head around it! GREAT Work! Thank You!

    Posted 02/25/2014
  • zedjag5
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    It works ok on 32bit, however on 64 bit system, you need to modify the run.cmd file :: Check Windows Version if exist "%WINDIR%\SysWOW64\%JAVA_EXE%" ( :: Vista 64 set JAVA_CMD="%WINDIR%\SysWOW64\JAVAW.EXE" ) else ( :: Anything else set JAVA_CMD="JAVAW.EXE" ) then replace java.exe by %JAVA_CMD%

    Posted 12/24/2013
  • linespero
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    I logged in specifically to say thank you. Huge thank you. I needed to change metadata of the font (name, family, subfamily etc) and after spending about 5-6 hours instaling dozens of uselless font managers (all of them falselly promissing me to change font name while actually changing only the FILENAME) - this tiny, nifty little tool solved everything in less than a minute. Seems to be the only free utility on the net which allows this (with the exception of full editors such as Fontforge and Birdfont but to install them for this purpose is kind of shooting a mosquito from an RPG :) So anyway, thank you again and please do not abandon this soft (ah it looks abandoned sad to say..)

    Posted 08/31/2013
  • atomicasdf
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    This is literally the worst joke in the history of software development. How can you even use such a tool

    Posted 07/19/2013
  • exius
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    After 2 hours of trying to figure out how TTF truetype embedding protection works, TTFEdit solved it in 2 minutes. Thanks!

    Posted 04/11/2013
  • ryanoconnor
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    good work

    Posted 09/20/2012
  • sevenpenzil
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    This day I reviewed in the net what's about fonts editors, a lot of commercial like TypeTool, FontCreator, Type 2.2, and open-source also as FontForge with fontforge-mingw, DoubleType and it seems to me a lot of time to understand how these programs works, for TTFEdit it take only five minutes, it's really intuitive and simple and productive interface, very powerful and good choice and valuable software, a real pearl, and good quality worth to download it and continue... This is not only because this is open-source and free (this could be also a reason, sure) but really easy to undestand and manage much easier than commercial competitors! Good work jakubj Go ahead!

    Posted 03/21/2010
  • runnerpack
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    This is a very good, though simplistic, TTF editor. With a little work, it could rival commercial solutions. (Too bad it seems to have been abandoned...) Someone with Java skills: please take this and make a TTF editor with an editor like a 2D SketchUp! I'm beggin' ya!

    Posted 03/16/2010