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Any TI-84+ CE Font Designers Available?

Started by ACagliano, March 08, 2017, 10:07:48 pm

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ACagliano

I'm trying to get a font made for the TI-84+ CE. Any takers? You can private message me here or email me at [email protected]. :)

DJ Omnimaga

March 08, 2017, 10:11:16 pm #1 Last Edit: March 08, 2017, 10:28:27 pm by DJ Omnimaga
There isn't a font editor yet, but @Snektron once made a custom font for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition called DovahCalc. I wonder if he would be able to help you?

EDIT https://codewalr.us/index.php?topic=403.msg10303#msg10303 (not sure why I did not include it in the archives)

ACagliano


MateoConLechuga

I already told you this but I guess I will tell you again: Download pixelfontedit 8x8. It has hundreds of hundreds of fonts for you to choose from for use on the CE.

DJ Omnimaga

Does pixelfontedit allow you to make TI-OS fonts that are not 8x8? I'm unsure if he wants fonts specifically designed for C programs or a TI-OS one (I forgot the dimensions)

ACagliano

March 08, 2017, 10:41:15 pm #5 Last Edit: March 08, 2017, 10:44:39 pm by ACagliano
Quote from: MateoConLechuga on March 08, 2017, 10:28:04 pm
I already told you this but I guess I will tell you again: Download pixelfontedit 8x8. It has hundreds of hundreds of fonts for you to choose from for use on the CE.
Mateo, this font is very specific and for a very specific purpose.. and I did look into it... the font I'm looking for doesn't exist there. I could try to make the font myself, but I am NOT an artist. Plus, its a windows program (although I can try using it via wine or mono).

Snektron

When i designed that CSE font i made a quick custom editor for it since the font format in the CSE is really weird.
I dont know if its the same on the CE, and i also dont know if i still have the source for that editor.
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DJ Omnimaga

I am fairly sure it's similar, based on what the TI-OS looks like, but there might be some changes, plus most people use C on that calculator.

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