I usually use DTL OTMaster for setting up all my name records for all styles of a typeface, but I'm wondering if there may be a faster way to do one specific task.
Say I have a font called "Hello Sans", and I have all the correct name strings set up within each respective OTF file. Is there any sort of Adobe FDK script, TTX script, or any script that I could run that would say "find all instances of "Hello Sans" and replace with "Hello Sans Test", and then find all instances of "HelloSans" and replace with "HelloSansTest"?
This would essentially be a "find and replace", but I just have no clue how this would be done as a batch/bash to a folder full of OTF/TTF files (preferably), or TTX files.
If this is possible, it would save me so much time instead of opening a bunch of files in DTL OTMaster just to alter the font name.
If anyone has any recommendations or help I would really appreciate it!