I created a font set with inkscape, it all worked well, I converted from .svg to .tff, however I tried using the font to type and I noticed that the fonts have huge spaces between them need help reducing the space between fonts. I would need some help or suggestions on what I could do to reduce the space between the fonts.
This is the kerning problem for proportional fonts (different than monospaced fonts). It's not that simple to fix it for the differences between blank spaces of characters. There are some professional font creators like Fontographer or Fontlab with automatic kerning, but is better to check it manually. I'm not sure Inkscape has a font kerning manager feature.
Here's a gif: https://framadrive.org/s/kPWdsMZ273qJD2c
You select the two letters between which you want to change the kerning (glyph a = first letter, glyph b = second letter), click on 'add pair', then they'll be added to the list.
Then you select the item in the list, and move the slider.
To make letters appear in the optimal position from the start, position their left borders at a useful distance from each other before you click on 'get curves from selection', i.e. put them directly on top of each other, and align their left edges, and then adjust where they are meant to overlap (if you're making a font that is written left to right, that is).