I am trying to create a mono-spaced version of a font. I am wondering if there's any sort of program that can interpolate one from the original. I know additional work has to be done, but I am wondering if the interpolation would reduce some of the boilerplate work.

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    Why would you need to interpolate? Just set the width of all fonts to the width of the widest glyph. – joojaa Sep 15 at 14:30
  • I imagine if only the space is changed, then there may be too much space in between individual letters within a word, and it may look confusing, as if there were two words. – SantoshGupta7 Sep 15 at 19:39
  • Yes but what would you interpolate. For interpolation to work the fonts need to have same points. – joojaa Sep 15 at 21:01

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