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Re: ttf font conversion

From: Efraim Yawitz
Subject: Re: ttf font conversion
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2001 12:14:41 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks. I've been using ttf2pt1, and now I am looking at the scripts that
come with it. 

On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Valeriy E. Ushakov wrote:
> Basicly, yes.  Also, check if your conversion software knows about
> standard names for hebrew glyphs (BTW, what do you use?).
How did you examine the fonts?
> Hmm, checked Hebrew TrueType fonts on my NT box (David, Rod).  They
> have non standard names: "alef", "bet" etc... *sigh*.  If that
> (nonstandard) naming is widespread enough, writing an LCM for it might
> be worthwhile.
> If unicode indexes in the original TrueType fonts are ok, then I can
> use FontLab to automatically rename all the glyphs to conforming
> names for you with one button press.
> But if your fonts "pretends" to be cp1252 fonts by lying about unicode
> indexes - touch luck - you'll need to do the tedious renaming all by
> hands (or script).
> SY, Uwe
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