Re: converting *.hqx into ttf how?
On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 06:07:36AM +0100, email@example.com wrote:
> I have downloaded a font packaged in hqx (cmps-macintosh.hqx-computer modern
> fonts, actually) and would like to know how can I (unzip?)/convert it into
> true type font format so that I can use it with my xfs font server.
if you have a mac, a double-click will usually do the trick (hqx
is an encoded mac format that stuffit, for example, can unfold
in its sleep). stuffit expander is freely available for download
at aladdinsys.com .
from there, there's a converter that'll take a mac truetype file
and swizzle it into a windows-happy file (and vice versa). i'm
betting that linux probably knows more about windows ttf formats
than the duo-forked mac font files...
um, right -- the converter utility (mac platform) is called,
IIRC, ttconverter. downloadable all over the place -- try
shareware.com for example.
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