How can i convert SHX fonts to TTF fonts ?
I am a ObjectARX developer, one of project need conversion of SHX
fonts ( font supported by AutoCAD ) to TTF ( font supported by Windows
). Is there any suitable way ? pls help me...!
thanx in advance...
...converting .ttf font to .pfa
I would have thought this would have been a FAQ, but having
checked I couldn't see a suitable answer...
I have some fonts in .ttf format. What tools (linux or windows
based) can I used to convert these to .pfa format?
Many thanks in advance
On 5 Apr 2005, Dave Weaver wrote:
> I would have thought this would have been a FAQ,
> but having checked I couldn't see a suitable answer...
The answer is "Don't".
What's the most irritating thing on Usenet?
Dave Weaver wrote:
> I would have thought this would have been a FAQ, but having
...Converting TTF to PRF fonts
Just wondering if you have any ideas of how to convert TTF fonts to PRF
Kathryn Gill wrote:
> Hi all...
> Just wondering if you have any ideas of how to convert TTF fonts to PRF
Bitstream offered "Web Font Maker" to do this. It has since been abandoned, in
favor of the "Font Fusion", which I know little or nothing about - here's its
I think there was also something called Ex TrueDoc that did this - maybe it ...Converting fonts from pfb/pfm to ttf
Hello I need to convert 3 fonts from pfb/pfm to ttf.
How can I do that?
Anyone done this before?
Sorry I am new to this "font" matter...
On Fri, 28 Jan 2005, Georgios Zakitraxis wrote:
> Hello I need to convert 3 fonts from pfb/pfm to ttf.
> How can I do that?
> Anyone done this before?
Probably - but why?
What's the most irritating thing on Usenet?
Whenever anyone asks this question, there are always replies advising
against converting fonts. True, there is a slight, sometimes
more-than-slight technical degradation wh...Convert an HP Laserjet .crl Font to .ttf
As was so with many people, years ago I used a computer running MSDOS.
On it I had a program Fontedit which could edit softfonts for a Hewlett
Packard Laserjet printer. The extension of the filename for the fonts
was *.crl. There is one font I have (although I have not used the
program in years) which I would like to edit and then convert the .crl
font to a TrueType Font, .ttf. I searched on Dogpile and Google with
the search string "convert crl ttf" but came up with nothing. Does
anyone know of a tool which can convert one of these old Laserjet
softfonts to a TrueType Font? Tha...Re: Converting fonts from pfb/pfm to ttf
"Pilo Erector" <SIGardener@si.rr.com> wrote in message news:...
> There is a program called TransType 2.
> Produced by Font Lab...
> Price is approximately US$90.
The program is very easy to use and not confusing.
> "Character" <Char@cters.italic> wrote in message
>> Larry Barowski wrote:
>>> "Georgios Zakitraxis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>>Hello I need to convert 3 fonts...Converting Type 1 to TTF? (also, math fonts again)
Many thanks to RSD99 for directing me to the excellent AMS math fonts.
However, I now have another problem. I'm developing an application that
makes use of these fonts in MS Visual Studio.NET, which supports *only* true
type fonts. I've spent the past several hours scouring the internet for
some way to convert these to the needed format, but have been unable to find
a free solution (student project, y'know). Anyway, if anybody knows of a
decent program which will convert Type1 to TTF, I would love to hear about
Alternately, if anybody knows of a good free math true type fon...REQ: BitCopy or Elixir to convert TTF fonts to AFP
REQ: BitCopy or Elixir to convert TTF fonts to AFP - PLEASE POST
...NEED HELP: convert pfm (PC Type 1) or .otf (Open Type Font) to .ttf (True Type)
I tried many times to convert a font (called Charter) to a true type
font in windows xp. I have two font formats available: .pfm (PC Type 1)
and .otf (Open Type Font).
To convert, I tried to use Adobe Type Manager and Crossfonts - both
cannot convert the two available font formats into True Type. I am in
dispair - can anyone help?
Any solution is welcome!
PS: The reason why I need this font in True Type is a :
It seems that I need a true type font when I use SMARTDRAW. SMARTDRAW
only offers true type fonts when I want to type text, and SD seems to
ignore other fonts tha...Problem: Latex cannot find a TTF font installed by the Miktex TTF font installer
I have the Sabon font as TTF and would like to use it from Miktex. I
have tried using various methods, including the Miktex font installer,
but failed. I think the Sabon font is installed (the self-test seems
to indicate that) but still pdftex complains that the font shape is
undefined. How should I proceed, please?
I'll redo all the steps (2006-04-11) and log them here.
This is on Windows XP Professional, Version 2002, Service pack 2.
First let's ensure that the system is up to date. I run the Miktex
update wizard 2.4.1704. Update from Internet. Sele...Converting fonts back to fonts?
Have a one page PDF document containing just a small amount of text --
but file size is 900 kB instead of say 20 or 30 kB.
Opening it in Illustrator and selecting any one character in the text
causes the Type palette to indicate that each such character is
Helvetica Neue, Regular, 14 pt -- but looking more closely at the
character itself seems to show that each character in the text has been,
for some reason, converted into a separate and complex vector object.
And, pulling down the Type >> Find Fonts menu command seems to show that
the document contains _no_ fonts at all (in eit...Convert TTF To Monospace TTF
I am trying to use OCRAEXT.TTF in a terminal emulation program (as a sad
attempt to make my PC more Matrix like!). The characters are mono
spaced in the file, but it doesn't seem to be flagged as a mono font by
Can anybody recommend a way/program to convert this file to a mono TTF?
Well, I managed to sort it out myself in the end.
I downloaded the "Font Creator Program" (30 day trial) from
http://www.high-logic.com/fcp.html, and changed the "fixed pitch" from 0
to 1. VIOLA! Re-install the font file and it can be used anywhere mono ...Font editor for TTF fonts?
does anyone know of a good TTF font editor on Linux?
Cordula's Web. http://www.cordula.ws/
Cordula's Web wrote:
> does anyone know of a good TTF font editor on Linux?
The only outline font editor for Linux I know about is PfaEdit
(http://pfaedit.sourceforge.net). It handles TrueType, PostScript Type 1,
and various other formats. I'm not a font designer, and so I can't say
whether or not PfaEdit really qualifies as "good" or not. It's been more
than adequate for my own limited needs, though (mostly converting between
formats and fi...Font editor for TTF fonts?
who can recommend a good TTF font editor for Linux?
I didn't find anything which would even remotely
do the job.
Cordula's Web. http://www.cordula.ws/
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 16:43:07 +0000, Cordula's Web wrote:
> who can recommend a good TTF font editor for Linux?
> I didn't find anything which would even remotely
> do the job.
Give PFAEdit a try. It seems to have most (if not all) the function that
other software has.
...font convet to GEOS font from ttf
I have font I need convent to use on geos
Who have a convent program?
If I can get this convent thern I have more to get convent to use on
This is from the VTCinfo.txt
This typeface is what I like to call Distro-Ware.
Which means you can do whatever ya want with the type-
face with the sole exception or re-selling it.
Use however ya wish on as many computers as ya wish
and give it to as many people as ya wish =)
If you would like to include this font on your website
as a give-away feel free, as long as this documentation
reamains with the font! A Link bac...Converting Type1-Fonts to OpenType-Fonts
Can anyone recommend a tool to convert Type1- to OpenType-fonts?
The best would be a tool which does this batched for a list of
On 06/06/2014 11:31 PM, Bonita Montero wrote:
> Can anyone recommend a tool to convert Type1- to OpenType-fonts?
> The best would be a tool which does this batched for a list of
Fontforge can be scripted. I use it for exactly this kind of thing.
On Sat, 07 Jun 2014 19:47:28 +0100, Peter Flynn wrote:
> On 06/06/2014 11:31 PM, Bonita Montero wrote:
>> Can anyone re...How to convert TrueType fonts to bitmapped fonts in Ubuntu
I need to convert some Microsoft TTF TrueType fonts to bitmapped
fonts, to generate several fonts of differing size.
I had some success with utility ttf2bdf from Freetype1 library. (and
subsequent use of bdftopcf).
However, ttf2bdf is buggy and cannot convert, say, COUR.ttf (Corier
New font). It chokes on it and produces a file without any characters
Freetype1 is no longer supported, so I am looking for an alternative.
Freetype2 seems to only be a library.
So, I want to find some tool to convert TTF fonts to bitmapped Unix
Some may ask, why bi...If I have a TTF font file, what is its font name in Ghostscript?
I know that I can use a Fontmap file to map it, but I'd rather not....
On Thu, 18 Jan 2007, Ross Presser wrote:
> I know that I can use a Fontmap file to map it, but I'd rather not....
What was the question? Oh, you wrote it only in the Subject and
forgot to ask in the body of your posting.
The PostScript name is stored in the 'name' table.
In article <email@example.com>,
"Ross Presser" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I know that I can use a Fon...Easier way to convert a font to an outline font?
Is there a utility I can get that will convert a font to an outline
I would be happy just to be able to convert a particular text string to
On 11/16/2011 4:51 AM, Jennifer Murphy wrote:
> Is there a utility I can get that will convert a font to an outline
> I would be happy just to be able to convert a particular text string to
If you have Microsoft Word or most other full-function word or document
processors (e.g., Word Perfect, Word Pro, Adobe InDesign) they have that
In MSWord, use Insert/Picture/WordArt.
This we...Convert PCL Font Pitch to Postscript Font Height
Currently I'm writing a PCL to Postscript-Converter. Unfortunately
I=92m stuck on following Problem:
in PCL there are commands for selecting Font Pitch and Font Height.
Pitch is used for fixed-width Fonts, Height for proportional Fonts
(Pitch =3D number of characters per inch, Height =3D Height in PCL Points
In Postscript I=92m not able to choose the Font size when I=92m receiving
the PCL Font Pitch.
May I calculate the Height, or is there a according command in
> Currently I'm writing a PCL to Postscript-Converter. Unfortunately
> I’m...How to convert a non-true type font to a true-type font?
I am trying to convert a non-true type font( Myriad Pro) to be a true
For some reason, our company needs this font to work with our UI and
it needs to be a true type font so I am trying to either:
1) find a very very similar true type font
2) make myriad pro into a true type font.
pls. let me know if there is a more appropriate newsgroup for this
nono umasy wrote:
> I am trying to convert a non-true type font( Myriad Pro) to be a true
> type font.
> For some reason, our company needs this font to work with our UI and
> it ...ttf fonts
Does anyone know how to use external ttf fonts? Thanks
On Mon, 15 Oct 2007, Sonny Sasaka wrote:
> Does anyone know how to use external ttf fonts? Thanks
Short answer: yes
Long answer: all depends on what you want to do. The
selection of truetype fonts with good math support is
gives some useful background.
http://scripts.sil.org/xetex has examples. XeTeX can use
"system" fonts directly.
George N. White III <email@example.com>
"George N. White III" <...Converting Fonts?
Is it possible to convert a T1 font easily into a TT font?
Michael Mueller wrote:
> Is it possible to convert a T1 font easily into a TT font?
The answer is yes (using some pricey software programs), but prompts
another question: Why would you want to?
All PC platforms can use T1 fonts. Windows 3.1 and 9x/ME require the use
of Adobe's FREE Adobe Type Manager, Windows NT does an automatic
conversion, and Windows 2000 and XP use the T1 fonts natively. Other
There are many technical reasons why such a converted font is inferior
to the...font ttf
Ok, I followed this guide http://tclab.kaist.ac.kr/ipe/pdftex.html and
it turns out to be alright as long as i work in a temporary directory.
The problem now is where to put these files I mean someone said the
command kpsexpand '$TEXMFLOCAL' might not return the right folder. Is
there a way to recognize the folder where i have to put them in beyond
the shadow of any doubt?
> Ok, I followed this guide http://tclab.kaist.ac.kr/ipe/pdftex.html and
> it turns out to be alright as long as i work in a temporary directory.
> The problem now is where to put thes...