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CrossFont 6.3



Released:2012-05-01
License:$59.00
Publisher:Acute Systems
Language:English
Platform:Windows
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:1570
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Publisher's Description:

CrossFont - CrossFont for Windows can convert TrueType and PostScript Type1 fonts between Macintosh and PC platforms and convert Type 1 to OpenType. Modify menu related names in TrueType and OpenType fonts. Features include Zip and Stuffit support, font preview, automatic file recognition, drag and drop, folder searching, font outlines and hinting are preserved, OS X dfont support.

List of Changes:

Version 6.3 from 2012-05-01

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Version 6.2 from 2011-11-05

Fixes for activation

Version 6.1 from 2011-09-15

Fixes for zip archives and resource fonts

Version 6.0 from 2011-04-18

Change names for TTF/OTF, table order otimization, name collision handling, UI enhancements

Version 5.7 from 2010-06-10

UI Enhancements, fixes

Version 5.4 from 2009-02-21

Enhancements and bug fixes.

Version 5.3 from 2008-06-06

Stuffit and Zip support, font preview, fixes
 

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Latest User Reviews:

Gerooge 2009-02-03 23:16:06 #
Version: 5.3

works great

Had some dfonts from my mac that I needed to use on a PC. Nothing I tried worked very well for converting them, until I found CrossFont. Easy to use, quick results, and it worked great. I didn't explore all of its capabilities, but for what I needed, it was the best out there.



Chris.a.nazelrod 2008-06-30 14:43:50 #
Version: 5.3

Does what it says!

I'm really happy that this software allowed me to convert a Mac font to a PC font. We were otherwise at an impasse on the project - but now: problem solved...



lekoona 2007-11-27 07:25:34 #
Version: 5.3

crash bang

Tricky one, on my laptop the application refuses to start.
On my desktop it starts and works like a charm. Only i didn't find a way to convert bunch of fonts without clicking individually each of them. Seems kind of bore, a normal shift-click or ctr-click select for multiple fonts to convert would rock.

Very good application none the less.



mikklemus 2007-01-30 05:12:40 #
Version: 5.3

CrossFont turned white elepant into a chariot

Having recently prurchased Adobe CS2, I was very frustrated to find that either installing my ttf fonts (typefaces) via windowsXP's font installer, or even using extensis suitcase, most of the typeface derivatives/variations did not show. I did have a disk of Mac Type1 fonts, but I couldn't use them either.

Doing a web search i came up with Crossfont; almost a last-ditch effort, but found it significantly better value than enything else. Sure, it's not so pretty as others, but it does what it does really well. Now I have a great working system with oodles of Type1 fonts (which i find work much better on pc's than OpenType fonts).

[Anything features to add? Sure. converting from Type1 Mac to PC apparently requires user feed-back. Yet i found that only very occasionally i needed to give any input (and that was with a full CD worth of fonts). CrossFont was right 99.9% of the time. Therefore I believe a "set-and-forget" batch process could be in order. "User beware", and all that sort of stuff, but I doubt that anythig could go wrong. And if it did, you could just redo those few fonts].

This is a great little utility, no doubt about that.

I also thoroughly recommend Qarchive's Transmac (essential for properly copying contents from Mac disks and cd/dvd's). Again, great value




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