FONT-EDIT F O N T C R E A T I N G T O O L d e s c r i p t i o n a n d s u p p o r t
|FONTEDIT by PATRICK MORGENSTERN and ANDREAS SEIFERT.|
FontEdit is a font-creating software with typical graphic-editing features. The font is a bitmap containing letters (chars) you have painted or imported from a image-file or from a WINDOWS-font.
Your software can probably use this font by picking this chars from the font you will need to say 'Hello World' in a fine way e.g.
When there are problems by using FontEdit, use at first the HelpMenu.
HOW DO I...? the FAQ.
'BENUTZERFRAGEN' the German-FAQ.
Something to say us? firstname.lastname@example.org
|FEATURES OF FONT-EDIT
- support of Drag&Drop
RCIT: With the RCIT you can use the
colors like DOS. An image consists of image points (named PIXELS). Each pixel has a
specified color number and each color number consists of three (sometimes four) values - a
red, a green and a blue value (RGB-values - sometimes also a reserved value). These values
are mixed to the color you can see on your screen. You will know such things if you code
DOS programs using a graphical output. In DOS programs the colors you are using
arent important. The complete colortable could consist of one color. You can draw
with the color number 240 and you will see the color 240. It doesn't matter if you have
covered the same color on color number 1 (or somewhere else). The program will always save
the correct color number. If you are using Windows® (3.1 or higher - it doesn't matter)
the described procedure won't work. Maybe you know this. Windows® will always use the
first color corresponding to the specified RGB-values. But what will you do if you need
one color more than once in your colortable?