By the way, if anyone can either sell me cheaply second-hand, or direct
me to a virtually free comprehensive font creation program which can
create a font from scratch, including from scanned drawn images, I would
be very interested. I am also looking for any utility program which can
convert True Type fonts to Adobe Type 1/ATM fonts, and vice versa.
> Fontmonster 3.5, which was last revised in 1994 (it is a 16-bit program)
> can convert existing fonts to bold (one can specify weight), and also to
> italic (one can specify slope angle) and hollow. It used to be issued as
> shareware in various CD-ROM collections and magazine cover disks a few
> years, but not in the most recent years.
> > I have been looking for a font editor able to make a bold version of an
> > existing font. From my test I think Fontlab works very well, but it's
> > too expensive. I look for an older version (having the transform to
> > bold function) in order to buy (even to rent, because my problem is
> > limited to three fonts only!).
> > Carles Blas
> > SPAIN