WebFont
WebFont
1.8

3.5

WebFont free download for Mac

WebFont1.8

16 April 2020

Font processing client.

Overview

WebFont is a font processing client. It can export specific glyphs to SVG, PDF and PNG files. The color and size of the output can be set in preferences.

What's new in WebFont

Version 1.8:
  • Double-click the font file (woff, woff2, ttf) in the Finder will open in WebFont by default, you can also select WebFont in the right-click menu opening method
  • You can preview the selected icon through the spacebar shortcut like Finder

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How would you rate WebFont app?

1 Reviews of WebFont

2
Derekcurrie
11 January 2020
Version: 1.7

Most helpful

This is a fairly old and relatively stagnant app from 2016 that was recently added to the Mac App Store with added support for Dark Mode. It only supports TTF and WOFF font formats. I've verified that it cannot work with TTC or OTF fonts. It runs fine on macOS 10.14.6. It has some nice uses as a method for exporting font glyphs singly or in batches as PNG, SVG and PDF formats in any size and color. This is of interest to those creating web pages without having to worry about coding in actual web fonts. Note that you can do the same thing using most imaging apps, such as GraphicConverter. Therefore, it may be redundant to software you already have. But it's free. - - What it very much needs is an update to support all modern font formats. Otherwise, it's considerably hobbled. Therefore, I can't give it more than two stars.
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Derekcurrie
11 January 2020
Version: 1.7
This is a fairly old and relatively stagnant app from 2016 that was recently added to the Mac App Store with added support for Dark Mode. It only supports TTF and WOFF font formats. I've verified that it cannot work with TTC or OTF fonts. It runs fine on macOS 10.14.6. It has some nice uses as a method for exporting font glyphs singly or in batches as PNG, SVG and PDF formats in any size and color. This is of interest to those creating web pages without having to worry about coding in actual web fonts. Note that you can do the same thing using most imaging apps, such as GraphicConverter. Therefore, it may be redundant to software you already have. But it's free. - - What it very much needs is an update to support all modern font formats. Otherwise, it's considerably hobbled. Therefore, I can't give it more than two stars.
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