ttfdiet by Karsten Lücke and Adam Twardoch


Dave Crossland [[|informs]] about new tool:
"ttfdiet (TTF DIacritics Encoding Tool) applies a “diet” to a .ttf font: it modernizes the way in which glyphs for precomposed Unicode characters are stored in a TrueType-flavored OpenType font, and reduces the font's file size." [from]

I installed Behdad Esfahbod's FontTools and wrote diet.bat file:

python c:\ %1

- be sure Python (2.6 or higher) is installed and added to the PATH
- "c:\" it is where file is stored