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SigMaker 3.0

Add a signature, logo or symbol to any existing font.

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  • Last Updated: Mar 3, 2009
  • License: Demo $29.95
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For SigMaker 3.0Publisher's description

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SigMaker is a Photo & Image software developed by FontLab Developers Group. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SigMaker:

EditByBrothersoft: Use SigMaker to add your signature or your company logointo any TrueType font installed in system. Just 7 easy steps and your signatire will be accessible by the single keystroke in all Windows applications.
SigMaker 3 Highlights
Add a signature, logo or symbol to any existing font

Each computer font consists of graphical characters called glyphs. With SigMaker, you can easily create glyphs on your own, from photos, drawings, scanned signatures or company logos, and add them to any of the OpenType (new in version 3) or TrueType fonts that are installed on your system, at a character slot (keyboard position) of your choice.

Create single-glyph fonts ("fontlets")

Placing a scanned signature or a company logo in a ‘fontlet’ (new in version 3) is an affordable and universal way to include these graphics in documents ― without the fuss of graphic format conversion. Since a ‘fontlet’ is a normal OpenType font, it can be used on both Mac and Windows, in practically every application! Also, keying in a special character is often faster and easier than importing and placing a graphic file, especially if the process needs to be repeated.

Create Adobe InDesign-compatible SING glyphlets

Another exciting new feature of SigMaker 3 is the ability to create SING glyphlets. The SING architecture was developed by Adobe to solve the “gaiji” problem in Chinese, Japanese and Korean typography. In those languages, characters sometimes have graphical variants that represent personal names or places. These variants, called “gaiji” in Japanese, typically are not included in the standard fonts. The SING architecture enables users to extend their Asian fonts with new “glyphlets” ― glyph objects that can be associated with fonts without actually modifying them. SING glyphlets are Currently supported in Adobe InDesign CS2 and CS3.

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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for SigMaker,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with SigMaker.