Single Window Mode + separate font overview RoboFont › Forums › Help / General › Single Window Mode + separate font overview This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by Thom 7 months, 3 weeks ago. Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) Author Posts August 25, 2016 at 21:30 #6277 ThomParticipant Is it possible to open a separate font overview window? :) Cheers Thom August 27, 2016 at 20:59 #6278 frederikKeymaster You will have to write a tiny script that takes a font and creates a new window with a glyph collection view. Any double click could then open a glyph window. Could you elaborate why you would need a second (or multiple) font overviews? I can make you an example, if you wish… September 3, 2016 at 19:44 #6280 ThomParticipant I want the glyph collection view on a second screen. And all the rest on the main screen. :) I would like an example. Many thanks Frederik! Thom September 3, 2016 at 21:36 #6281 ThomParticipant I have this… But it is buggy. See if you scroll. If you change a glyph the factory doest work, only after scrolling/clicking on the overview.. Here I need a bit help :) from vanilla import * from defconAppKit.controls.glyphCollectionView import * from defconAppKit.windows.baseWindow import BaseWindowController from mojo.UI import SetCurrentGlyphByName class MyFont(BaseWindowController): def __init__(self, glyphs): self.w = Window((900,600), "") self.w.collectionView = GlyphCollectionView((15, 15, -15, -65), doubleClickCallback=self.double, cellRepresentationName='doodle.GlyphCell') self.w.collectionView.setCellSize((100, 100)) self.setUpBaseWindowBehavior() self.w.collectionView.preloadGlyphCellImages() self.w.collectionView.set(glyphs) self.updateTitle() self.w.open() def updateTitle(self): title = f.info.familyName +" - "+ f.info.styleName+", "+ str(CurrentGlyph()) self.w.setTitle(title) def double(self, sender): order = f.lib.get('public.glyphOrder') SetCurrentGlyphByName(order[self.w.collectionView.getSelection()]) self.updateTitle() f = CurrentFont() g = CurrentGlyph() glyphs =  for g in f.lib.get('public.glyphOrder'): glyphs.append(f[g]) MyFont(glyphs) Author Posts Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) You must be logged in to reply to this topic.