Icon sets come in a lot of shapes and formats. A common — and popular — format are fonts that contains scalable icons. Icon fonts can be a pity to browse through though, most of the time you print or download a sheet from the icon font generator ‘s website to know what character code which icon is.
With the new Iconjar update we try to break that routine by supporting icon fonts. Iconjar now converts your icon font to SVGs and shows the character code in the inspector(right) sidebar. Great for designers and developers.
When you import an icon font into Iconjar the app automatically searches for an .ijmap file that has the same name as your font. The .ijmap file is optional but it contains information about the icons in the font in order to properly name the icons. Here’s how to create your own .ijmap file;
We would love to receive some help from the icon community. Please email your .ijmap file to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would love to add it to our list of .ijmap supported list.
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