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  • Export subset of font characters (only the characters that you really need in the font) - helps to reduce font size when you only use a bunch of characters and not the whole ASCII table
  • Exported source code is wrapped at around 80 columns
  • Added pseudocode in the generated source code, explaining how to retrieve individual font glyphs
  • More user-friendly Undo/Redo functionality
  • Added checking for updates on-demand from the menu and automatically at start-up (the latter can be disabled)

Binaries available for MacOS, Windows, Ubuntu/Debian (amd64) and Raspbian Buster (armhf).

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It's a first public release, but I've been using it for some time already and decided to call it 1.0.0 already. Let's see :)


  • Importing system fonts
  • Editing font glyphs
  • Adding new glyphs
  • Exporting source code
  • Saving current state of the font document

Binary packages available for download:

  • MacOS: FontEdit_1.0.0.dmg
  • Windows: FontEdit_1.0.0-1.exe
  • Ubuntu/Debian (amd64): fontedit_1.0.0-1_amd64.deb
  • Raspbian/Debian (armhf): fontedit_1.0.0-1_armhf.deb