SetDefaultCharacter

Indicates that the default character defined by a TrueType font will be substituted for characters not imported to the TINYFNT font.

SetDefaultCharacter

A SelectFont statement that specifies the font from which to import glyphs must precede the SetDefaultCharacter statement in the .fntdef file. Otherwise TFConvert will fail. If there are multiple SelectFont statements, the one that more closely precedes the SetDefaultCharacter statement will be used.

      AddFontToProcess "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft .NET Micro Framework\\v2.0.3036\\Tools\\Fonts\\TrueType\\Linds.ttf"
      AddFontToProcess "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft .NET Micro Framework\\v2.0.3036\\Tools\\Fonts\\TrueType\\Kooten.ttf"
      SelectFont "WE:400,FN:Lindsey"
      #import X
      ImportRange 88 88
      SelectFont "WE:400,FN:Kootenay"
      #import A, B, C
      ImportRange 65 67
      #use the default character from Kootenay as the default character.
      SetDefaultCharacter
    
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