|Subject:||Re: [ft] (Font) How can I edit a font, make all sizes look like 9pt hinting?|
|Date:||Sun, 4 Dec 2016 22:50:56 -0800|
> I like how DejaVu Sans Mono looks at 9 point, but I find it too wide
> at other sizes. I want printouts and all on-screen sizes to look
> like 9pt (12px).
It's not clear to me what system you have, but I think that your
application (or OS) is not correctly applying LSB and RSB deltas while
Cf. this bug report.
> Can I load the hinting information at 9 point, get the transformed
> control points, and save a copy of the font with control points
> permanently moved?
No, this won't work automatically.
> (How was DejaVu originally hinted? Would I have to run ttfautohint?)
ttfautohint might help. However, if your system does auto-hinting for
all fonts, the TrueType hints created by ttfautohint are completely
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