Does Type 3.2 have a limitation on the number of glyphs in a font?
I was hoping to learn a few things by examining the Arial and Tahoma font files I copied from that directory. I find Type 3.2 crashes with EAccessViolation errors when I examine the fonts in the Full Font Preview screen. There appears to be about 4500 Glyphs in the font files. I believe (do not know) this type of error is related to software attempting to access memory not allocated to the software.
My Arial and Tahoma have about 1600 and 2000 glyphs, but still, they opened with no problems. My 'largest' font, Linux Libertine G Regular, at over 2700 glyphs and a file size of 2508k, also opened and browsed with no problems.