I want to make a font that shows correctly when rendered by Windows at 7pt with no antialiasing at all.
I've tried FontStruct unsuccessfully, since I still can't figure out how many blocks should a 7pt large font be large. That's quite unfortunate, but it does not look like Fontstruct is going to get further updates.
So, what desktop application for Windows or Linux can I use to make this happen?
To help with objectivity, here are some objective parameters of quality:
- (Linux only) Debian/Ubuntu packaging is preferred.
- The ability to prodce pixel map fonts (
.fon) is preferred.
- Coverage of non-ASCII characters is preferred.
- The software should be at least free as in beer for non commercial use.