Tonight I finished putting together a GUI front-end for a font tool my buddy is using. This free tool, ttfpatch (http://www.derwok.de/downloads/ttfpatch/), originally coded by Wolfram Eßer is a command-line tool for editing True Type Font attributes. My buddy also wanted the ability to make changes to an entire directory of fonts (he had something like 1,200 fonts! yikes!) that he needed to edit.
So I set to work…
In an effort to not re-invent the wheel, I simply built a GUI front-end that makes a call to Wolfram’s original application behind the scenes. I added options for bulk changes as well.
I’d like to thank Wolfram for his original code offering and want to be clear that I only created the GUI front-end. Let me know what you think, and as always, if it helps you out or you have any comments, feel free to write!
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Windows 7 UAC will prompt to run as Administrator.
Originally coded by Wolfram Eßer : Visit his site