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    chrisburton
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    I have found a font I like however, the spacing does not seem proportionate. Has anyone had experience or used a font editor or know of something that can help on this situation?

    #50438

    wolfcry911
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    do you mean the letter-spacing?

    p {
    letter-spacing: -0.5em;
    }
    #50439

    chrisburton
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    No, if it were that simple I would have used letter-spacing. The individual who created the font obviously did not take spacing the font proportionally into consideration that you see in Pro fonts. My question is if anyone has experience editing a font-family or know of such a program to do so?

    #50442

    Fourize
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    I believe FontLab can be used to adjust the kerning of fonts if thats what your after?

    http://www.fontlab.com/font-editor/fontlab-studio/

    Not used it myself though so its not a recommendation, just a suggestion.

    #50444

    chrisburton
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    Oh wow. Thats um, pretty pricey to buy without feedback of using it. I’ll try the demo and see what gives. Thanks

    #50445

    Fourize
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    Ha that is pretty damn pricey, sorry friend. Their typetool does the same job, you’ve got a second font editing trial there as well.

    #50446

    chrisburton
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    Haha, it was expected. Problem is, I have no idea where to start. I tried contacting the font designer to fix the issue. We’ll see. Maybe i’ll spend the day watching tutorials which I did not want to do.

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    Mottie
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    Maybe reconstruct the font on FontStruct… it’ll take a lot of work, but you can make any changes you want.

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