I am not a font designer. I hope I post my question in the right category.
I have researched inverste slanted / italic fonts on the internet with unfortunately little success
I am writing a lot of technical documents which I then safe as PDF file. Due to financial and legal limitations I try to use only open source or any other license free fonts. I try also to reduce the use of Windows supplied fonts or fonts that one can download from various web pages as "free font" as well.
I have been trying to find a simple to use tool or script that allows me to convert a font file (ttf, otf) into reverse italic o reverse slant. As an example see the below font set which also contains a Rev font.
For example I would like to use the Fira font and add also a reverse italic / slant ttf or otf versions of the font to my Windows system so that any application can use that font.
The reason is that I want to standardise my documents to use as little fonts as possible.
I was unable to find anything that would allow me to complete the task and not become a burden to anybody who can do this for me for free.
I know of Font Forge but do not have the necessary skills to use it.
Many thanks for your kind help and assistance.