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  2. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    Hi Ralf, I suppose really the question is :- to your knowledge does Fontlab 5 produce .fea files when a font is generated and how does it do it. To my knowledge, it does produce them because I know I didnt save those files manually but I have absolutely no idea how to do it.
  3. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    I guess that’s just a problem of line break encoding. Both files you attached work correctly for me in a proper editor.
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  5. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    I just tried opening the files in Word and it seems they are Right justified but at least usable... a simple case of select all and Left justify works a treat. I had been opening them in Notepad. Id still to find out how the auto generated files were created though...which are left justified already.
  6. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    I have included an image to better explain.
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    The only difference I see is an additional line break. Is that what you mean?
  8. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    Hi Ralf, The auto generated file was readable it was in exactly the same format as it is in Fontlab. eg a new line when a new line was used. The file that was created when I actually saved the features had no formatting at all. My question is how do i get it to make the auto file. I know I didnt save the good fea file but i have no idea of what setting to do it. I hope that made sense. As examples see the files below. 1 is the good file type auto generated. 2 is the manually saved file. What do I do to make the auto file? I hope this made sense. 1.txt 2.txt
  9. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    I am unsure what formatting you expect. The Opentype features are just a plain text list of one feature after another.
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  11. Fontlab 5 .fea file

    I am having trouble with Fontlab5 saving my .fea file. When I first installed it( and without changing anything I think) it was generating .fea files when I generated the font and the formatting was perfect. I am assuming they are generated because they have the same file name as the generated font. I have tried saving the file through the opentype panel but the formatting is non-existant. Any ideas?
  12. Font feedback / critique

    Hi Riccardo, Many thanks for your compliment much appreciated. Thanks also for the links to the other fonts, I will definitely check them out. The style is my own handwriting so I suppose it would be difficult to be similar to that. At the moment, this font contains around 970 glyphs (33 s connections) and about 4000 kerning pairs as well as 51 pages(double spaced) opentype code. It started in 1996 and has slowly developed. Im actually a sculptor! Many thanks again.
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    By the way, kudos for the accomplishment!
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    Not so much for the style, but notable for the use of alternates, out of the top of my head, in no particular order: Suomi Hand Script Rollerscript FF Mister K You should also do it for punctuation.
  15. Font feedback / critique

    Hi Ralf, Many thanks for your comment. Yes I really ought to make alternatives for each number. Do you know of any/many other fonts that are similar to this. I know there are alot that say they are handwriting in style but there is quite a lot of repetition in them. Although that can be said for the greek side of my font, I think the English side is on the verge of looking handwritten. On another note, I have just upgraded to Fontlab 5 from 4.6 (4.6 was used for this font) and I am having trouble with some of the coding I did in 4.6 to make it work in 5. I am only an font enthusiast and dont have the extensive knowledge that a professional has. It is mainly to do with the language aspect of it, I believe. Should I post the problem here or would it be better elsewhere. Hopefully, it will be a quick fix.
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    The only thing that caught my attention were the identical figure glyphs for 8. Other than that it looks perfectly fine.
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    Hi Guys, Ive been working on my own handwriting font for some time now (it still needs work on it and some kerning)and would like to get some opinions/ feedback on it and any comments on how commercially viable it might be. It is extensive in its variety of letters and also has Greek capability. Many thanks Neil
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    I Use A Font On My Art And I Did Not Save The PSD File And Now I Dont Know What Font It Is And Im Expert At Making Wallpapers Please Help Me!
  23. Letraset's Strips variants

    Thanks for the link and help. :)
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