Here you can find assorted little hacky utilities that I knocked
up. This is all distributed as source-only; you'll need a compiler
to make it work.
powergrey-0.1.tar.gz 1 kB
This is an extremely quick'n'nasty hack I wrote to modify the
GASP structure in a TrueType font to persuade compliant font
renderers to antialias all sizes.
Normally, fonts are smoothed at very small and very large sizes,
and rendered using the scaffold data for sizes in the range of
about 8..16pt. The font designers who select how the font is
rendered are of the opinion that scaffold rendering looks best at
these sizes. As anyone who has used an Acorn machine knows, this
is, of course, wrong.
This program will search through the various chunks until it
finds a GASP block, that contains this table, and modifies it so
that font smoothing is used for all sizes.