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export/import function for single Glyphes

A way to export and important glyphes as an SVG (or other file) File, maybe even a way to combine two fonts (like, having an old project font from 2007 combined with something of a newer days)

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      • AdminGlyphr Studio (The Head Honcho, Glyphr Studio) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Combining two fonts has been a suggestion - I think there is a couple ways we could do this, and it may happen soon(ish?) There are some complexities about having two projects open, or, if we're putting one project into another, choosing which glyphs overwrite which other existing ones.

        You can currently Import an SVG that represents a single Glyph.

        You cannot export a single glyph as SVG... but if you export the SVG Font file, and aren't afraid of opening up the SVG with a text editor, you could go find the glyph you are looking for in the SVG Font file. That single glyph SVG could be ripped out and put into an individual file. Maybe that's a good workaround. Although, thinking about it, we already have an internal function that generates a SVG file per glyph, so it may not be too hard to implement.

        I'll add these ideas to our backlog. Thank you!

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