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    Banned ggodby will become famous soon enough
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    Fontlab Studio 5.

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsQ_bSxZ8Ms"]Go to this link on YouTube[/URL] and you'll find several tutorials to get you started.

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    Fontlab! Recommended for every typographer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormyhamster View Post
    RoboFont (Mac only) [URL="http://doc.robofont.com"]http://doc.robofont.com[/URL]
    I can also recommend RoboFont... allthough Font Lab will be your weapon of choice.

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    I'm using Adobe Font Folio too

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    I use Fontlab Studio

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    fontographer or type too will be good for you

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    FontLab +1

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    Great app - Robofont - sadly is way too expensive...

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    Fontographer is my favorite. Try it, won't regret it

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    im using fontlab..

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    plus 1 for Fontlab

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    Fontographer... My fav.
    It was discontinued for a while but it's back. I think it's owned by fontlab now.

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    definitely fontlab!

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    Maybe i sould try fontlab .. i have been using fontographer for a quite long time.

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    Agree with the majority of people here.. FontLab Studio is the . It does feel kind of clunky and old to use but in terms of effectiveness and outcome, I don't see how it can be beaten?

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