So I investigated a bit more and I found a really useful and really well done java project: TypeCast.
What I’ve done next was just to do a porting of the available java code into Actionscript 3 and it works like a charm! It can read a .ttf file and extracts all the font informations, including all the glyph outlines.
Recently I used the great senocular Transform Tool for a Flex2 project.
We just needed to made a little modification to the way the scale transformation worked. Something like the Writing Services Macewan Photoshop’s Transform tool, where the registration point only affects rotation, while all the scale controls are independent from the registration point.
For this reason I modified a bit the TransformTool code to allow this feature to be set on/off (I called this scaleWithRegistration)
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