christos wrote:Any chance you can add a function to rearrange a font? I'd like to change the greek one to iso8859-7 and see what it does.
Also, I had an idea, if I used the txt export and changed the hex codes for the glyphs, would it rearrange them on input?
jfl wrote:I only tested the programs quickly on my Firebee and unfortunately spdview.prg froze it.
Running it with the 68k emulator works though, and the other two programs ran fine as they are.
ThorstenOtto wrote:During some recent experiments with NVDI & font files, i wrote some utilities.
One is (a very simple) Editor for GEM *.fnt files. For now, you can only edit existing fonts, but there is also some support to export/import them from some propietary text file format.
Another is a viewer for SpeedoFont files.
All programs are clean GEM programs, however the SpeedoFont file viewer might need some reasonable high resolution to be usable. A modified version of it is also running as a web service.
Sources, and binaries for a font file viewer for windows&linux, are available as gemfedit-1.0.1-src.zip.
I you find any problems, or wrong mappings in the font files, please let me know.
arf wrote:I just tried it on TOS 2.06 with WINX 2.3n, and I’m getting "AES ERROR - Application: FONTDISP | Function ID: wind_update | END_: … underflow", when loading a new font with ^O
Ops, this is built in, but I didn’t notice for the first fonts I tried, because the preview at 1× showed the system font, not the loaded font.
ThorstenOtto wrote:jfl wrote:I only tested the programs quickly on my Firebee and unfortunately spdview.prg froze it.
The TOS programs were all compiled using Pure-C, so that might not work.Running it with the 68k emulator works though, and the other two programs ran fine as they are.
Maybe pure luck, they are not native CF binaries.You may want to recompile them for the FireBee.
Eero Tamminen wrote:AHCC is Pure-C compatible and supports CF, so for CF build you would just need to add PRJ file for AHCC.
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