From: Joop Jagers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 26 2003 - 13:07:38 EDT
Font Creator is an excellent program and costs only $50. It can be
downloaded at http://www.high-logic.com. It supports composite glyphs
(TypeTool doesn't) which I am told are common in Hebrew.
Elaine Keown wrote:
> Elaine Keown
> Bryan, Texas
>After *today*, please reply off-list.
>I am now reading the archives and
>sometimes joining the list for 24 hours.
>I am looking for inexpensive glyph creation
>software to produce a Unicode Hebrew proposal.
>The Hebrew Unicode list recommended several
>possibilities: Graphite, PfaEdit,
>VOLT, and TypeTool.
>However, only Graphite, VOLT, and TypeTool
>run under Windows. In addition, I was told
>by an SIL person that Graphite won't work
>for me. VOLT apparently assumes you
>start with a TrueType font file, and
>the TypeTool products description says it
>doesn't support Arabic or Hebrew. That may not
>matter so much since most of my 80 glyphs
>will be vowel etc. diacritics....
>Further help appreciated---Elaine
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