Name: Glyphs Version: 2.2.1 (819) Mac Platform: Intel Includes: K OS version: Mac OS X 10.9.3 or later Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor Block connections to: new.glyphsapp.com updates.glyphsapp.com Yosemite Compatible Patcher Courtesy of Special [K] Instructions Unzip Glyphs2.2.1-819.zip (Archive Utility recommended) Drag Glyphs to /Applications Patch Glyphs.app Double-click the .glyphslicense Release Date: October 16, 2015 New in Version 2.2.1 (819) Fix problem with style names Improve layer color handling Some minor changes Full Release Notes: https://updates.glyphsapp.com/Glyphs2.2.1-819.html Link for more information: http://www.glyphsapp.com Create Stunning Fonts From dingbat webfonts to full-fledged text typefaces Sketch your font Take a pencil and sketch a few letters. With a few tricks, you can easily digitize your sketches, and, step by step, create a full-fledged OpenType font. Tools for type The smart vector tools are optimised for the design of typefaces. Interpolated nudging, curvature control, dragging multiple handles at once, adding extrema and inflections, batch editing: all supported straight out of the box. All languages covered Human-readable glyph names, combined with smart component placement, automatic alignment of diacritics, mark positioning, and Unicode 7 support, make Glyphs the number one choice for multilingual font development. Isolation no more Watch your words take shape in high resolution: The edit view doubles as a text editor, allowing you to draw, edit, space and kern your glyphs in a word context rather than isolated in windows. Colors everywhere Why stay monochromatic? Add color to your typographical life with the built-in multi-layer preview and specialized editing tools. Glyphs can export layer fonts, Microsoft-style color webfonts or Apple-style emoji fonts. Effortless OpenType Enjoy automatic OpenType features: Glyphs analyzes your glyph names and shapes, and can auto-build feature code for ligatures, figure sets, positional forms, localizations, fractions, stylistic sets, small caps, and many more.