I have an OTF font. Currently, in a browser my preferred font-size for it is 16, what should I edit in this font, using FontLab Studio 5, to make this font appear the same size visually, but if font-size is set to 14.

  • Do you want to change a font, or do you only want to have a scaled font size in your browser? That can be far easier achieved with a local CSS. (Instructions on how to create and apply a local CSS for your OS and browser can be found with regular search engines.)
    – Jongware
    Jun 18 '18 at 9:02

Found the answer:

File->Font Info -> Metrics and Dimensions
- Change UPM uncheck `Scale all glyphs...` to for example `ORIGINAL_UPM * 14 / 16`
- Apply
- Change UPM back to ORIGINAL_UP, check `Scale all glyphs...`
- Apply

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