Original DEC logo in PostScript

Rob Jarratt robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Sun Nov 3 11:03:51 CST 2019

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Skoglund <stefan.skoglund at agj.net>
> Sent: 03 November 2019 13:37
> To: rob at jarratt.me.uk; Rob Jarratt <robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com>; General
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> Subject: Re: Original DEC logo in PostScript
> tis 2019-10-29 klockan 17:48 +0000 skrev Rob Jarratt via cctalk:
> > I know next to nothing about PostScript and fonts, is it possible to
> > convert this to a font that can be installed on Windows? I found a
> > site that says it converts it (convertio.co), but I am suspicious of
> > free sites like that.
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Rob
> >
> did you solve your problem ?
> Either way doing RTFM - .pfm is binary encoded .afm.
> I did a simple drawing with the font in a ps and exported to pdf.

No I didn't. I did a little bit of searching but didn't find anything except the convertio.co site, which I am reluctant to try unless someone knows it to be safe. If anyone knows of a way to get this to a TrueType font that would be nice. I know so little about fonts, I wonder if there is a way to manually convert it to TrueType, are there any free tools for creating fonts?



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