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It reads the first block of 2048 bytes (256 * 8) from a given file, shows each single character bitmap and allows some basic modifications to these bitmaps.
Years ago, in the time when home computers like the comodore C64 where very popular, 8x8 bit character sets are used not only for characters but also for graphical elements. The 8x8 Pixel ROM Font Editor can read such files too and some examples are included in the setup.
Select a character from the character list in the upper part of the window. This character is now green colored and a big bitmap of this character is displayed in the lower part of the window which acts as working area. Here you can modify the selected character pixel by pixel and when you are finished you can acknowledge your changes by clicking Apply.