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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by ilnyckyj, Jan 12, 2006.
Are there any free font editors (ttf) for OS X?
Surely, you jest.
MisterMe is pointing you in the right direction. I've never found a good free font editor, but FontLab makes a simple and relatively inexpensive app called TypeTool. Free demo (crippleware), full version $99. As font apps go, that's very cheap. And it does everything I need, as I'm not a professional type designer.
yeah, all i need to do is a couple simple things, i don't even want it for developing an actual font, and i can't find a single app that does it for free.
Not to put too fine a point on things, but what you want does not exist. Even simple font editors sell in the $100 range. The full-function editors are expensive. If you want to call the tune, you have to pay the piper. There is one caveat to this. Apple offers a suit of font editors at no charge--free. However, they are commandline tools and not GUI apps.
Haven't tried it, but this one is free:
4 year old thread.
His 4 year late reply is still useful to me... 2 years after that.