I've got a few fonts I've purchased over the past few years.
These are decent quality fonts with, on average, 8-15 different faces for the family.
The problem I have is each face is listed separately in various applications (Photoshop, Indesign, etc.) Rather than simply one item with a submenu for faces.
For example I have:
FontA Bold > Regular FontA Bold Italic > Regular FontA Italic > Regular FontA Regular > Regular
FontA > Bold Bold Italic Italic Regular
What tool on the Macintosh can combine these faces so they are all listed under the family name? As in the figure B, above.
I know there are a couple high-end apps (Fontographer, FontLab). Are there are basic smaller apps to simply edit the font info without editing character and other tables? I don't want to edit the actual font data specifically, merely the titles and naming structure I believe.
How do I do this with the tool suggested, specific steps please?
Running Mac OS 10.7, but can boot to 10.6 or 10.8 if needed. I am not absolutely looking for freeware. If there's a paid app to do this, I'm fine with that. If someone wants to outline steps in FontLab or Fontographer, I'm all ears.
These are commercial .otf fonts.