SOLVED Generate Trial Fonts
bobby last edited by gferreira
I hope this isn’t a silly / naive question, but I was wondering if there was an easy way to generate trial fonts (A-Z, a-z) in Robofont. I couldn’t find any robofont related documentation about this, but I may be missing something obvious.
Does anybody on here generate trial fonts from Robofont, if so it would be much appreciated if you could give me a few pointers.
gferreira last edited by
added as a new How-To: Generating trial fonts
gferreira last edited by gferreira
you can use the FontTools subsetter to subset an existing OpenType font:
from fontTools import subset srcPath = 'myFolder/MyFont.ttf' dstPath = srcPath.replace('.ttf', '-Trial.ttf') options = subset.Options() # print(dir(options)) font = subset.load_font(srcPath, options) subsetter = subset.Subsetter(options) subsetter.populate(text='ABCD abcd') subsetter.subset(font) subset.save_font(font, dstPath, options)
I’ll add an example to the docs — thanks for your feedback!