Version:4 - 20100831
Author:Keith Fenske (Identity Number Forty-Seven)
Post Date:September 30, 2010
Comments:This program requires the Java run-time environemnt (JRE), a free download at
Identity Number Forty-Seven recommends that those on Windows use RedEar's Font Renamer instead of his program.

From: Identity Number Forty-Seven <identity@number.47> Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 09:54:42 -0600 Subject: Java font programs Newsgroups: alt.binaries.fonts I wrote these Java programs to help manage my font collection. They run on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. They are free under the GNU General Public License. Please read the PDF documentation in each ZIP file. Windows users should run RedEar's Font Renamer, which is posted quarterly in alt.binaries.fonts. The same Java programs can be downloaded from any of these web sites:

From: Identity Number Forty-Seven <identity@number.47> Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 09:56:34 -0600 Subject: Re: Java font programs - Newsgroups: alt.binaries.fonts Attachment:     (Download hosted by another server)

Excerpts from program documentation FontRename is a Java 1.4 application to rename OpenType and TrueType font files with their internal “font full name” using only plain text characters (ASCII) plus an extension for the type (*.OTF, *.TTC, *.TTF), or using the full Unicode character set. This gives consistent names to font files, no matter what their source. The contents of the files are not changed, only the names in the system file directory. Don’t use this program on system folders with installed fonts. RedEar’s program is more general, with better features, and fully supports multi-file PostScript fonts; however, it requires the Microsoft .NET framework and runs only on Windows. This FontRename Java application will run on any computer with Java installed: Linux, Macintosh, Solaris, Windows, etc.