Also (!) now I can get the fonts working in Godot, the image file that Caligro saves ("xxxxx-0.png") is anti-aliased too!
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Also found out why I couldn't get fonts to work in Godot - the fnt file keeps the word caligro when I save it with another name:
eg. font saved as "xevious_green":
page id=0 file=caligro-page-0.png...
page id=0 file=xevious_green-0.png...
Sure! Here's some examples:
Basic Latin, 8x8, base 8
ABCDEF, 8x8, base 8
Basic Latin, 10x10, base 10
ABCDEF, 10x10, base 10
(I have the base set as above because I'm only using capital letters, is this correct?!)
Also, if I've saved a template with the Basic latin character set, then change the character set to custom (eg. ABCDEF), when I save the template it still has the larger grid from the previous character set. This doesn't happen every time, seems random.