Font and Font CE
In many programs, installed fonts are appearing twice in the font menu,
once as "font" and once as "font CE". What's the story behind this? (OS
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Stefan <stefan@mus._INVALID_.ch> wrote:
> In many programs, installed fonts are appearing twice in the font menu,
> once as "font" and once as "font CE". What's the story behind this? (OS
You've enabled something about Central European input (perhaps a Polish
or Estonian keyboard). The CE fonts are the o...Fonts and/or Font Book
Is there a way to "resolve duplicates" on a machine wide or disk
wide or even folder basis rather than on a particular font folder
dorayme <doraymeRidThis@optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> Is there a way to "resolve duplicates" on a machine wide or disk
> wide or even folder basis rather than on a particular font folder
I am extraordinarily patient, provided I get my own way in the end.
- Margaret Thatcher
<01052007194430...help with font error: "Could not find/open font when opening font arial, using internal non-scalable font"
Hello, I have installed gnuplot on our cluster, and am seeing the above message when I try to run the following script. Can someone please educate me? :-) Thanks!
set term png
set output '| display png:-' # cool trick
plot sin(x) with lines
Setting the term font does not help:
set term png font arial 14 size 800,600
Also, according to https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/opentsdb/iVXcPyy5e9I, I should be able to use the liberation fonts, which I have found in usr/share/fonts/liberation
rcook@rzgpu2 (gnuplot): ls /usr/share/fonts/liberation
Liberatio...Japanese fonts / font-conversion / saving Fonts in certain formats (on mac)
I today found out how to use input of japanese
symbols on the Mac OS-X.
It's nice and easy, but the TextEditor does not save
in formats I'm looking for.
Useful would be either UTF-8, or (what I'm looking
for especially) SJS.
The latter is a format that is used in Japan and
pTeX also can read SJS-encoded japanese fonts.
pTeX is a certain TeX-variant, that is used especially in
What I'm looking for is a program that either can be used
to select japanese fonts from amenue and/or keyboard an
save them in different font formats,
or a program that can convert from on...WVW Hello world with 2 fonts or 2 font sizes of same font
could anyone write a small Hello World using more then 1 font or more sizes then one. I cant figure this one out.
...using font generator setvar(font groups, new font name)
I'm trying to determine if you have to create a font for each version
and size of the font being used.
Ie. Do I have to create seperate fonts for:
Courier New, Bold, size 8 and Courier New, italics, size 8 or can I
just create one for Courier New size 8 and it recognize it?
Any help is much appreciated. Thank you.
...win32 font/xlib font
I'm new to Win32, coming from X11, and I have some questions related
to font handleing.
- How do I go from a font fname (Courier 12) to a HFONT to give to
- If i gave a xlib Font type, is there a way to access to its
corresponding HFONT type ?
Many thanks in advance for your help !
On 7/20/2010 1:50 PM, Luc Moulinier wrote:
> Hello !
> I'm new to Win32, coming from X11, and I have some questions related
> to font handleing.
> - How do I go from a font fname (Courier 12) to a HFONT to give to
What exactly do I need to add to fonts.conf after I added
ProggyClean.afm to /usr/share/fonts/default (I converted ttf to afm
"Yakov Lerner" <email@example.com> writes:
> What exactly do I need to add to fonts.conf after I added
> ProggyClean.afm to /usr/share/fonts/default (I converted ttf to afm
> using ttf2afm)
You don't need to add anything. Just run fc-cache. This really has
nothing to do with X. If you want to make X aware of your new font,
you should run mkfontscale and mkfontdir in that directory.
M�n...Converting fonts back to fonts?
Have a one page PDF document containing just a small amount of text --
but file size is 900 kB instead of say 20 or 30 kB.
Opening it in Illustrator and selecting any one character in the text
causes the Type palette to indicate that each such character is
Helvetica Neue, Regular, 14 pt -- but looking more closely at the
character itself seems to show that each character in the text has been,
for some reason, converted into a separate and complex vector object.
And, pulling down the Type >> Find Fonts menu command seems to show that
the document contains _no_ fonts at all (in eit...TrueType font to Opentype font
I am a newbie.
I have some TrueType fonts that I want to convert to Opentype fonts.
Perhaps using some font editor.
Where do I start? What software to use?
thanks a lot for your help
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mashrur
Mia <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have some TrueType fonts that I want to convert to Opentype fonts.
> Perhaps using some font editor.
> Where do I start? What software to use?
First of all you should read the OpenType specifications that you can
find either in the Microsoft or the Adobe si...organize fonts in font menu
What program can you organize Windows fonts by styles instead of in
alphabeticorder when accessing font from a program such as Photoshop
or Illustrator? I remember the old days in Mac that I can put
different fonts in different folders and they would be grouped
together (maybe with suitcase or just the OS). Is there something
similar on Windows? It's really time consuming when searching for a
font from a long list.
Thanks for any info!
> What program can you organize Windows fonts by styles instead of in
> alphabeticorder when accessing font from a program such as Photoshop
> o...Help with a font (looking for a font)
Everytime I ask you guys a question, you people help me out, so here I
am, again, asking for your help.
I am not very rich, just a student and I am looking for a couple of
fonts, for the PC (TTF). I would appreciate it if you can tell me
where to download the following fonts, for free, or fonts very similar
to them: 1) New Century Schoolbook 2) News Gothic 3) Franklin Gothic.
I am looking for a font with the "g" tail, similar to New Century
Schoolbook (for serif) and the "g tail" similar to News Gothic or
Franklin Gothic (for sans-serif).
If you don't know whe...Making a font from another font
Hi, I would like to create some virtual font from a Type 1 font
that should behave exactly as the original one except for one
thing: the characters should be print according to a -1 1 scale.
[-1 0 0 1 0 0] makefont
does not what I want, since it reverses the printing direction.
For instance: (ABCDE) show
should print ABCDE in this very same order but each letter should
be horizontally mirrored. How can I do that?
On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 19:04:14 +0100, Nobody wrote:
> Hi, I would like to create some virtual font from a Type 1 font
> that should behave exactly as the original on...Font editor for TTF fonts?
who can recommend a good TTF font editor for Linux?
I didn't find anything which would even remotely
do the job.
Cordula's Web. http://www.cordula.ws/
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 16:43:07 +0000, Cordula's Web wrote:
> who can recommend a good TTF font editor for Linux?
> I didn't find anything which would even remotely
> do the job.
Give PFAEdit a try. It seems to have most (if not all) the function that
other software has.