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I trying to editing some font using FontLab Studio 5.1 but when i have finished and i save the work, one time that i have close the program and i try to reopen the .otf file, it is remained at the older version without any change. Is Python needed?

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closed as off topic by egreg, Khaled Hosny, percusse, Brent.Longborough, Joseph Wright Jul 18 '12 at 11:04

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Obvious suggestion (I've done it many times): if you used Save As, these programs sometimes put it in some other directory because you forgot to specify where and they remembered something else. – Brent.Longborough Jul 18 '12 at 9:45
Thanks !, ok i have save the file and now it take the changes, but with the command save as i can only save in .vbf and if i try to rename the file in filename.otf and make save as it give this error: "[WARNING] <LMMath-Regular> Use of DFLT tag has been deprecated. It will work, but please use 'dflt' instead." When i use the font, the editor (texmakerx) it give me this other error: "Font \l_tmpb_font has only 8 fontdimen parameters \setmathfont{Latin Modern Math}" – FormlessCloud Jul 18 '12 at 10:22
Sorry, but this question is somewhat off-topic for this site. – Brent.Longborough Jul 18 '12 at 10:36
I flagged this question for migration to Graphic Design. – doncherry Jul 18 '12 at 11:33

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