Exporting all glyphs in FontLab Studio

(FLS 5.22 in Windows 10)
Suppose I'm working on a font but it's not at a point I can make a test export. If I try to run an OT or TT test, it won't compile because I'm in the middle of coding, I have classes with glyphs that don't exist yet and other problems. Is there a macro that will allow me export a graphic glyph dump so I can show my clients how a project is progressing? I usually take screenshots of the font window but I was wondering if there was a more elegant way to generate a graphic.
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  • Why not adding dummy glyphs to the missing ones, and export as usual?
  • Ray LarabieRay Larabie Posts: 554
    Making sure a font is ready for compiling at all times is an option, yes.
  • Mark SimonsonMark Simonson Posts: 717
    edited April 2016
    I think all you need to do is uncheck "Export OpenType layout tables" in Preferences and generate a font.
  • Ray LarabieRay Larabie Posts: 554
    That works; thanks!
  • who dat?who dat? Posts: 747
    Why not print a Glyph List from the Print menu and save as pdf?
  • Ray LarabieRay Larabie Posts: 554
    @James Montalbano
    Perfect. That is exactly what I was looking for. How did I miss that?

  • If I try to run an OT or TT test, it won’t compile because I’m in the middle of coding […]
    If you want to compile OT Layout features that are not covered by the glyph set, you could use OTM for subsetting the features.
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