Don't be fooled by the extension, the .fnt format Bethesda uses is nothing like the .fnt format you're thinking of.Markelius wrote:I'm lead to believe Morrowind uses some kind of slightly modified .fnt format.
I'm pretty sure there's is no vector-based font file that was used by Bethesda to create the bitmap fonts. Instead, I think the designer used scanned images, which would explain the horrible quality. Bethesda was kind enough to also include a TrueType font on the Construction Set CD, but it only supports about the same characters as the ones you found do.Markelius wrote:I still have no clue what variant of Magic Cards Bethesda used
There are however some fonts you haven't found, which do have a small subset of the glyphs we need. They are a commercial font called EF Medieva and a Cyrillic font I found on a dodgy Russian mobile phone skin website.
No, it's not. It doesn't work like that. For example, we used to ship Dongle's Daedric font, but the license said it could only be distributed as an archive. Luckly for us Ogre can read resources from .zip files, but that example shows how difficult it is to work with these custom licenses.Markelius wrote:I have been able to replace the default Magic Cards font with a slightly edited version of a "Magic Cards" font I downloaded online. The font was free for personal use so it should be okay to distribute.