I figured out the problem! The name I used was too long. I now have a modified font.
One question is that I see the downloadable unmodified font for Andika comes with the full range of type faces (Italic, Bold, etc.), but the modified form comes only as Regular. Andika New Basic modified fonts come with the full range. Is there a reason why Andika does not?
2nd question: All we need Andika for is the use of the Bottom Tie Bar (IPA #433) used in some early literacy materials to help indicate/differentiate diphthongs. Would it be possible to add that one character into Andika New Basic somehow so that the entire Andika font is not needed?
Third question: is there a way to have a capital letter “i” without the top and bottom bar? We have found teaching new adult readers the form of the letter with those bars is tedious and difficult for them, whereas in common writing most people don’t put the bars. We have seen in Cameroon now that the hand-writing curriculum is teaching the simplified capital-I and the lower-case L with a tail. Thus, we used the Type Tuner to get the other modifications we need: #1 w/o base, open 4, barred 7, small letter L with tail. If we could get an option to exchange the capital-I, then we would have what is needed for these Fulfulde literacy materials.