You should keep your current SVG as the 'parent source', and then duplicate the file as a 'child source' file (likely with today's date) and then edit it to make the glyph you showed only 4 contours, and import that into FontForge.
Sorry my delay - been on vacation
Yes, you are allowed to sell services related to improving OFL fonts without breaching the "no selling OFL fonts by themselves" requirement, because you are selling improvement services, not the fonts themselves. …
Branding typefaces are the best ones to make libre, because by being open and available to the public, the type can better connects to the brand's widest audience - and it is that audience who co-create the brand meaning and value.
I wonder if Type Network and Fontstand would be willing to rerun the survey on their customers?
It's possible I could also arrange for Google Fonts to rerun it there too.
Does anyone know who runs DaFont?
Nick Shinn said:
I publish one free font at Myfonts, which is downloaded around 10 times a month.
It doesn’t appear to generate any sales for the rest of the typeface family of which it is a member.
However, I do believe its presence is a form …
Belleve Invis said:
As for CFF, its stack-based language is a disaster for font implementation, especially for embedded devices. So if you want a new format? Take these features:
* Plain interpretation (no programming languages)
* High-level …
Malcolm Wooden said:
Still some big issues to resolve.
* Do they make things easier for the client?
* Do they save time, resources and money for the client?
* Do the enhance the clients' brand?
Parametric Variable Fonts do all three …
Its basically my day job to maintain a rolodex for these kinds of projects.
However, I don't think its wise for people like me to write out opinions into public databases, because
(a) the utility is low, there are so many people out there who ca…
Based on the specifications, all TrueType fonts are also OpenType fonts, but only a very small percentage of OpenType fonts are also TrueType fonts.
This is not right, in my opinion.
All TrueType fonts are valid as OpenType fonts, but that is b…
As reported by Georg Seifert of GlyphsApp and Joel Galeran of FontSelf, it seems none of the OpenType color font formats support cymk or spot colors for reliable printing of color fonts, but there is a big demand for this.