Richasy.Font.UWP

Richasy自用的字体工具包


Keywords
Richasy, uwp, font, material, feather, brands
License
MIT
Install
Install-Package Richasy.Font.UWP -Version 1.0.7

Documentation

Font library instructions

中文说明

Inclusion font

  • Feather: This font covers commonly used tool icons, such as arrows, settings icons, etc.
  • Material: This font matches the Google Material design specifications and provides more than a thousand icons
  • Brands: Covers most company logos on the world

Preview

  1. Enter the project, find the required font (.ttf) in the Assets folder, and use Character Map App after installation to open it.
  2. Enter the project, open the demo.html file in the corresponding font folder in the Demo folder, and preview it locally.

Usage

nuget:Richasy.Font.UWP

Icon class

Three types of IconElement were created in the project, namely FeatherIcon, MaterialIcon and BrandIcon, which correspond to the three fonts above.

The icon class inherits from FontIcon, FontFamily has been set by default, and also provides the Symbol enumeration dependent property, which is convenient for you to select icons in a more friendly way (relative to input characters).

Xaml

<NavigationViewItem Content="Activity">
    <NavigationViewItem.Icon>
        <font:FeatherIcon Symbol="Activity"/>
    </NavigationViewItem.Icon>
</NavigationViewItem>

C#

var icon = new FeatherIcon(FeatherSymbol.Activity);

C# - Get character from symbol

string icon = ((char)icon).ToString();

System font class

Here mainly uses CanvasFontSet to get the current system font, filtering out the icon font and possible garbled font

Usage

var fonts = SystemFont.GetSystemFonts();
foreach (var font in fonts)
{
    string name = font.Name;
    Debug.WriteLine(name);
}

Precautions

In order to comply with the grammar, I made some modifications to the icon's name, the rules are as follows:

  1. Remove the prefix of icon-
  2. Remove the -, _ and other connectors, the naming method is Pascal
  3. If the first character is a number (such as 360), a _ will be added at the front

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