Hi, as usual I know this is on other sites but as I cracked it on here ages ago I will do my best to keep it updated. It came out 7 days ago...Angel DOWNLOAD (183mb): https://www.mediafire.com/file/b88kw3cjfo2xczy/FontLab_VI_6.1.4_Build_7044.7z/file Next-generation drawing Creating Bézier curves is no longer “mastery or mystery.” Brush & Power Brush Apply the Power Brush to a “skeleton” contour for live, adjustable calligraphic strokes. Control the angle and thickness of the brush, and tweak it even after you’ve drawn. Save Power Brush presets and apply them to other contours across your font. see video read about Power Brush Pencil tool Our Pencil is a radical new sketching tool. Trim, tweak, modify, smooth, adjust. Nothing gets in the way of creative successive approximation — especially not the usual constraints of wrangling Bézier curves. see video read about Pencil Rapid tool Our Rapid tool is a Pen on turbo. Click for a line, double-click for a curve, that’s it. FontLab knows which nodes should be extremes, and automatically makes smooth curves with your chosen node positions. Move the Rapid handles to change the curve segment Tension, or double-click to apply the current font-wide default. Rapid is great for quick drawing of consistent shapes, or for intelligent manual tracing of a scan or background image. see video read about Rapid Pen tool If you like drawing with an industry-standard Bézier pen, FontLab VI has a great Pen tool for you. We’ve combined the best of Fontographer, FontLab Studio, and some other approaches. And if you find a traditional Bézier pen hard, you’ll love the rest of our drawing tools. read about Pen “There are a host of drawing tools in FontLab VI that all offer different ways to get an outline started. Once a basic outline is in, editing it is intuitive. Power Nudge cleverly adjusts locally related nodes in harmony to the one you’re editing. Features such as Tunni Lines and Smart Corners allow fluid control over the outline, whereas Make Overlap and Unlink Corners let you chop and change a shape easily. The flexibility of the drawing tools continues to impress.” — Jeremy Tankarddesigner of Bliss and Corbel, typography.net “I asked for this, and FontLab is delivering. Can’t get better customer relations than that.” — Nate Piekos designer of Prov Architect and Bada Boom Pro, blambot.com Seriously better Béziers We love curves so much that we are making them better. Control the form, not just points With our Tunni Lines, you can finally move both handles on a curve in sync, Balance their proportions and tune the curve Tension. If you like your shapes but not where the nodes are, just Shift+Alt+Slide them to a better position along the curve, or even beyond it, without altering the existing shape. see video read about Tunni Lines Adjust big-time in no time Some nodes define a stem position, but some are Servants that just follow along when you move others. With just one move of a node, Ctrl+Alt+Nudge handles or intelligently Power Nudge other nodes. Select and move nodes and handles across contours and multiple glyphs. Link points to Power Guides with Magnet to orchestrate major shape changes quickly and consistently. see video read about Power Guides Curve Tension Curve tension is a measure of how much a curve deviates from a straight line between two points, from zero to 100%. So for example, Helvetica has more tense curves than Frutiger or Myriad. A smooth outline will have constant tension, or a steady decrease or increase from curve to curve. FontLab VI not only lets you visualize curve tension, but also lets you see it numerically, edit it visually, and even use the Rapid tool to draw curves with tension set to your specifications. So if you want to make a font with more squarish curves like Helvetica or Eurostile, FontLab VI can help you draw it that way from the start. Draw with consistency & precision FontLab VI can dynamically Suggest snap locations for nodes, angles and stem distances as you draw, so you’ll get equal distances — even without using our new Guides that snap and measure like no other. See stem and whitespace thicknesses, handle lengths and angles automatically measured as you draw. Scale, rotate and slant losslessly thanks to FontLab’s fractional drawing precision and live integer rounding, apply the rounding to bake in the integers. see video read about Guides Smooth the bumpy curves Harmonize your curves to make them really fluid, or “G2 curvature continuous” in math-speak. Make your node a Genius, which stays fluid even if you move the handles — view the Curvature to prove it. Curves even stay smooth and true to their form when you Simplify a contour or remove some nodes with Eraser. No software does it better, say the mathematicians. see video read about Genius nodes Smart cornering Our corner nodes can be clever, too. Create and adjust live rounded corners and ink traps with Smart Corners. Use Scissors on intersections, and we will recreate overlapping contours, so you can move them independently. see video read about Smart Corners Catch glitches Easily spot odd points and suspicious curves with the revamped FontAudit, our live outline custodian. Its intuitive problem highlighting (a nod to Tal Leming’s Glyph Nanny) and improved fixing algorithms will help you turn your outlines into pro outlines. see video read about FontAudit Fill tool: live pathfinding Draw open or closed lines and contours. In the areas created by their intersections, use the Fill tool and click to fill and Alt+click to unfill. We’ll do the pathfinding — manually setting path direction is so 1980s. Formats Open and export OpenType-PS/CFF (OTF), OpenType TT / TrueType (TTF), Variable OpenType TT (TTF+gvar), Color OpenType (TTF+SVG, +COLR, +CBDT, +sbix), PostScript Type 1 (PFB/PFA), Web fonts (WOFF2, WOFF, EOT), FontLab (VFB, VFC, VFJ), UFO, designSpace. Also open BitFonter Photofont (PHF+PNG, +SVG), Fontographer (FOG), Glyphs, Ikarus, and any of the above in ZIP files.