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April 2008

FontStruct | Build, Share, Download Fonts

by cascamorto & 24 others
FontStruct is a free font-building tool brought to you by FontShop. FontStruct lets you quickly and easily create fonts constructed out of geometrical shapes, which are arranged in a grid pattern, like tiles or bricks. Once you’re done building, FontStruct generates high-quality TrueType fonts, ready to use in any Mac or Windows application.

March 2008

January 2008

December 2007

Dave Emmett's Softy Support Page

by cascamorto
Softy allows you to create and update TrueType and bitmap fonts. It runs under Windows (3.1, 95, 98, NT), and requires a 386 or better. Supported bitmap font formats are at present Windows FON and FNT, and LaserJet SFP and SFL soft fonts.

November 2007 | Digital type foundry for original typefaces

by ptibat
New interface of the website for this month May 2007. + New font package : "monospaced" + New special offer : font = 4eur

October 2007

Grid Calculator,

by fotopol & 9 others
Calculation des dimensions d'affichage en fonction de la taille des caractères

September 2007

August 2007


by rmaltete & 90 others
Ever wanted to find a font just like the one used by certain publications, corporations, or ad campaigns? Well now you can, using our WhatTheFont font recognition system. Upload a scanned image of the font and instantly find the closest matches in our database.

WhatTheFont : MyFonts

by bebs & 90 others (via)
identifier une police à l'aide d'une image

Vitaly Friedman's Notebook: 25 Best Free Quality Fonts

by ronpish & 62 others
So I’ve decided to create the Top 20 Best Free Quality Fonts, which are likely to be used rather for official, serious presentations (such as business sites) than a colourful teenager’s homepage.

July 2007

Sharing Fonts in ActionScript 3.0 - Part 1: Creating a Font SWF

by ronpish
Want to get data out of MySpace? Here are the XPath strings you need to extract data from a MySpace profile:

The Unbearable Strangeness of Embedding Fonts |

by ronpish & 1 other
The 'why' and 'how' of embedding fonts is a Flash 101 topic. The main 'why' is that the user can't see fonts that she doesn't have. If your swf uses these fonts, you need to bundle them in the swf (or with the swf). The 'how' also seems very simple: in the properties panel for a given text field, click the 'Embed' button and select the character range you want to embed. Click OK. Done. Move on.

June 2007