I have a web font that i'm using but I only need 0123456789. Is there a way to extract glyphs from that font and generate a new font?

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    Of course, you would want to be sure you're not violating the EULA. Most foundries are not fond of people taking their outlines, modding, and producing a new font. I've had to do this on several occasions for internal use and have always been able to get agreement from the foundry to do so. Nov 15, 2012 at 19:13

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There sure is! Just use http://icomoon.io. It's a free webfont creation tool that works with SVG packs, as well.


[ Correcting my format to abide by protocol ... ]

If you've read my comment above and you're good to go ... here's the rest of the process I follow.

  1. open the font in one of FontLab's tools
  2. tweak to your heart's content
  3. export your revised font in any format you choose

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