I’m opening another thread, trying to explain clearer now… : )
I need to set a bounding box, ex: 300 px (width) 100px (height)
Then when I write a text, is should be:
100px (height), excluding line leading/gapin a "trimmed"way like bellow
Fit 300 px width, with even spacing
the goal is to answer the question:
“On a bounding box with x and y dimensions (and no line gap), what will be the font size and spacing?”
How can I do this in Glyphs?
Hi @GeorgSeifert, can you give a hand on this?
Here is all the info you need to calculate yourself:
The UPM (see File > Font Info > Font > Units per Em) will be scaled to your font size. That means if you set your font size to 30px and your UPM is 1000, then 1000u are equivalent to 30px; and 1px is equivalent to UPM/pixelsize, in this case 1000/30=33.333333u.
All you need now is to measure the distance between maximum height and maximum depth of whatever you want to fit into the given pixel size. The plugin ShowTopsAndBottoms can help you with that. Divide your UPM by this distance, and you have the factor by which you need to multiply your pixelsize. So: pixelheight*UPM/distance from top to bottom=font size in pixels.