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Date of registration: Aug 27th 2014

Posts: 23

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Thursday, September 3rd 2015, 11:47am

XBF font

Hello,

how to create xbf font? Have to use fontCvt? I didn't found the option to "export/create" xbf file from font..

Thx :)

SEGGER - Adrian

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Date of registration: May 26th 2009

Posts: 994

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Thursday, September 3rd 2015, 11:58am

Hello,

Yes, the Font Converter can be used to create XBF files. You can just choose "File" -> "Save As..." and select the XBF format.

Best regards,
Adrian

Date of registration: Aug 27th 2014

Posts: 23

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Thursday, September 3rd 2015, 2:44pm

Hello,

Yes, the Font Converter can be used to create XBF files. You can just choose "File" -> "Save As..." and select the XBF format.

Best regards,
Adrian


thx adrian!

But is it possibile only for "not anti aliased" font? If i use the same font antialiased i can't see "Xbf format"

SEGGER - Adrian

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Date of registration: May 26th 2009

Posts: 994

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Thursday, September 3rd 2015, 3:56pm

Hello,

The current version of the Font Converter can store all types of fonts as XBF. Could you please tell me which version you use? Thank you.

Best regards,
Adrian

Date of registration: Aug 27th 2014

Posts: 23

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Wednesday, September 9th 2015, 9:27am

Hello,

The current version of the Font Converter can store all types of fonts as XBF. Could you please tell me which version you use? Thank you.

Best regards,
Adrian

Hello Adrian!

I use font converter 5.22. If i use "New" to create a font and i choose "Antialiesed, 2/4 bpp" i don't have the possibility to create an xbf file

Thanks

SEGGER - Adrian

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Date of registration: May 26th 2009

Posts: 994

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Wednesday, September 9th 2015, 9:58am

Hello,

You are right. I thought you tried using extended fonts. Standard antialiased fonts indeed can not be stored in the XBF.

Please note that it is generally recommended to use Extended fonts.

Best regards,
Adrian