Okay, thanks. This is getting a little off-topic, but how much work is involved with modifying a font to do something like this; and are there decent tools that are free/cheap that can be used to do that?
I don't necessarily want to become a font developer by trade but rather develop the tools to let me play elsewhere.
I've done a little reading on TrueType fonts and it looks it could be fun to mess around with, although perhaps a bit tedious for those not doing it often. I suspect the right font editing program would make all the difference.
Thanks, that will definitely work for some applications as well.
I am using one of the Calli fonts from here (with separated words) for my current design.
For some designs, having everything connected adds strength to the end product (and may even be required to make it possible). See the image for the effect I'm searching for.
Thanks for your replies. I had looked through all the calligraphy fonts here and didn't see any that connected between words, but it's always possible I missed one as well. I appreciate the help.
Does anyone know of a handwriting-like script font that connects between adjacent words? I know this sounds strange but I'm creating patterns for a scroll saw and having the words connected together would help. Thanks!