Stackable (Making Of)

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7 Responses to Stackable (Making Of)

  1. mike says:

    very cool & inspiring

  2. Melvin says:

    really helpfull thnx! I got this one little problem. My fontlabs zero point isn’t the zero point at all it makes my font float a bit in the air. Not that much of a problem but it’s a bit sloppy

  3. Jokke-svin says:

    Melvin –> I’m not sure I know what you mean. Are you talking about the baseline guide in FontLab? Just make each glyph rest on that guide line and it should be ok. Just make sure that you setup the guides in Illustrator to have the same values as the ones in FontLab. Let me tell you mine:

    My Illustrator document is 2000 pt wide and 1263 pt high.
    From the bottom and 263 pt up, I make the baseline guide and drag the zero point to be at that very same guide (important!). With this setup, copying from Illustrator to FontLab should be ok.

    Let me know when it works.

  4. Melvin says:

    jokke i think i got it:) the transfer from illustrator worked perfectly, but on my fontlab grid the 0 point didn’t really worked as a zero point for some reason, wich made it float so i assigned another line that worked for me

  5. Jokke-svin says:

    Melvin –> Oh ok. I’d love to see what you come up with btw. Feel free to throw me a link when you’ve got something :)

  6. Mathias says:

    sweet!!….good job..

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