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I'm not sure offhand why individual codepoints would not be working on import. Some Qs that could help identify the problem:

  • Are the codepoints that aren't working part of the standard character set, or are you working in a certain extended range?
  • Do the codepoints work when starting from scratch and doing an export + re-import without editing anything?

Without knowing more about this issue, one thing you might be able to try as a workaround is starting out with the characters in a different range that you've confirmed is working for export/re-import, and then remapping them back to your intended range via the font data manually afterwards.


Thank you for the quick and detailed reply! Your suggestions helped me narrow down the issue.

It seems the blue dots in the grid between each glyph (and perhaps the red lines, too?) encode information about which codepoint the associated glyph represents. I must have accidentally overridden a few of these during my editing.

Now that I’ve replaced the grid with a copy from the original I’m able to import without any issue. ✅