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Old 01-22-2013, 11:18 PM   #227
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Originally Posted by DuckieTigger View Post
No renaming does not help. You need to change the metadata. Check out Type Light, that is the freeware version of Type 3.2 font editor with some restrictions - but it is free for personal use. Open font, go to font -> rename font and it takes care of everything, then save and throw on PW. Works great, just tested.
Thanks again for the tip. I am getting close to my dream font. I needed something I can use for books that contain handwritten notes/letters, since plain ol' italics look so cold.
I found mano negra, and combined it with Adobe Caslon Pro. See attachment for result.... I'm getting there....
Added a second screenshot for Constantia, which is a nice font as well.
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