Ziafont reads TrueType/OpenType font files and draws characters and strings as SVG <path> elements. Unlike the SVG <text> element, the output of Ziafont’s SVG should render identically on any system, independent of whether the original font is available. However, the SVG will not be text-searchable, as characters are replaced by curves.
Currently, Ziafont supports fonts with TrueType glyph outlines contained in a “glyf” table in the font (these fonts typically have a .ttf extensions). Glyph outlines in a “CFF” table (typically fonts with the .otf extension) are not supported at this time. Kerning adjustment is supported if the font has a “GPOS” table.
import ziafont font = ziafont.Font('NotoSerif-Regular.ttf') font.str2svg('Ziafont!')
s = font.str2svg('Z').svg() print(s[:80]) # Just show 80 characters here...
<svg width="28.40625" height="62.296875" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" view