Linotype Font Explorer X, Windows XP & System Fonts
I grabbed the above as a replacement for Suitcase (mine's a bit old
and creaky) and as ever with Beta software did a backup of critical
data and created a system restore point prior to installation.
It has however, utterly broken the system fonts - some applications
(notably Suitcase - I think it knew what I was up to) and now displays
a bold 10pt face which can make some applications unusable. It
initially trashed Windows (all fonts vanished, Start Bar, icons, the
lot) but a reboot to "last known working configuration" restored these
to some weird anti-aliased condense...MAC Fonts/Windows Fonts
Recently, I was using a Apple MAC and opened a .doc file. I printed
the file out and noticed that the font was really "cool," the a was
more like an a we write with a c and a line (you know, kinda like we
write and NOT the way courier new does). I am trying to figure out:
First, does anyone have any idea what font it was? Second, what
program do you think I probably used? I think it looks like a TXT file
but it is a doc. What is it, just looks really good. Help me our here,
> Recently, I was using a Apple MAC and opened a .doc file. I printed
> the file out ...AutoCAD fonts from Windows/Fonts???
Why does AutoCAD get fonts from Windows\Fonts or WinNT\Fonts when it
isn't in my support path? I am using AutoCAD 2006 Land Desktop and in
options > Files > Support path Windows\Fonts isn't there and yet the
fonts show up, are the fonts set up elsewhere?
Thanks for your help,
The Windows/Fonts directory is a standard windows thing. You'll find
font information in the windows registry, in:
> Why does AutoCAD get font...Font name in Windows font dialogs
Hello dear newsgroup readers,
When i look into the Microsoft Word font chooser, I see all fonts
rendered with the glyphs they contain, except "Windings", "MS Outlook"
and some others.
My own barcode font now is rendered with its name shown in the symbols
of my font which makes really hard to distinguish from other barcode
fonts in the drop down list.
How do i make windows to show my font name without using the glyphs from
With best regards,
Daniel Migowski wrote:
> Hello dear newsgroup readers,
> When i look...font in ./windows/fonts, but not found by application
A windows application installed in wine fails to find it's specific font:
Application related is the capella-reader (free reader/player for
capella scores, installer from
www.whc.de/download/capella/capella_reader.exe) on current wine on
Kubuntu (gutsy) from the partner repository. The related font "Capella3"
is installed correctly in ./windows/fonts by the above installer.
Console output looks like this:
~/.wine/.../capella-reader$ wine capella.exe
fixme:actctx:parse_depend_manifests Could not find dependent assembly
L"Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls&...Wide font spacing with some fonts in X
I just installed FreeBSD 5.1, and built XFree86 4.3.0 from ports.
Whenever X runs, some fonts have wide horizontal spacing, as can be seen
Some fonts are OK, some aren't; I've compiled a list of those that look
wrong when browsing through KDE's font dialog:
Clarrlyu Alternate Glyphs
New Century Schoolbook
I also tried running applications on an X server on a Linux box running...X Windows Font
I am new to the X windows. I am using exceed. My question is, I am
using dual monitor and when I customize x window so that it appear on
the both the screen, the fonts are very big which is kind of weird(may
be bcoz now I have a bigger work area), so how do I reduce the FONT
SIZE in the X Windows?
On 2006-12-18, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am new to the X windows. I am using exceed. My question is, I am
> using dual monitor and when I customize x window so that it appear on
> the both the screen, the font...correct "sizing" of Helvetica font, relative to various times-new-roman fonts, to have both fonts have the same x-height
I hope the following isn't an faq (at least, it doesn't seem to be in
the UK TUG FAQ). Basically, my question comes up because I'm involved
in a project that requires the use of "Times New Roman" (hereafter,
TNR) as the main text font and "Helvetica" as the sans-serif font. I
use both TexLive 2010 and MikTeX 2.9 on PCs and TexLive/MacTeX 2010 on
an iMac running Snow Leopard 10.6.5.
As is well known, Helvetica and TNR differ considerably in their x-
heights (for a given font size of, say, 10pt or 12pt). In various
packages. (The letters u,...Windows\Fonts folder bulging with OpenType fonts
I am trying to get my font management under control using Font
Navigator. I've accumulated nearly 5000 fonts in folders on my
computer. (A new Pentium 2.4 with 1GB RAM and Windows 2000 Pro -
primarily using CorelDraw, PhotoShop and Word - if any of that
Having read the tutorial The Last Word in Font Management
(www.unleash.com/articles/fonts/fontmanage.html) and the help files on
Font Navigator, I decided to clear out the Windows\Fonts folder as
However there are over 180 OpenType fonts in the folder (which the
tutorial suggests leaving alone). I understand that Font...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...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 <email@example.com>,
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 NOT a X-Windows problem
The question is this:
Recently I changed the Monitor for my PC from 17 to 19.
Now the fonts in the bash (SHELL) are very big, in fact too big, where
can I set it to a smaller size?
LAWYER: Before you signed the death certificate, had you taken the pulse?
LAWYER: Did you check for breathing?
LAWYER: So, when you signed the death certificate you weren't sure that he
was dead, were you?
PATHOLOGIST: Well, let me put it this way. The man's brain was sitting in a
jar on my desk. But I guess it is p...OS X system fonts not showing up in Font Book -- why?
I'm running OS X 10.4.2 and the following fonts in /System/Library/Fonts fail
to show up in Font Book.
Apple LiGothic Medium.dfont
Helvetica LT MM
Times LT MM
All of the fonts located in /Library/Fonts (217 fonts) do show up in Font
Any idea why it is that Font Book doesn't "like" the fonts I've listed?
James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
In article <0001HW.BF5B4517000560C0F0284550@news.supernews.com>,
TaliesinSoft <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I...(Windows) Fonts, Font Conversion XeTex/pdfLaTeX/|Microtype
I'm using XeTex in order to be able to use installed fonts without
conversion. However, microtype doesn't work with XeTeX. Having just
completed Week 2 of working with *TeX could someone explain step-by-
step how fonts might be "converted" for use so that I could go without
XeTeX so that I could use Microtype?
[I'm using MiKTeK 2.7 on Windows Vista]
Julian I-Do-Stuff <email@example.com> writes:
> I'm using XeTex in order to be able to use installed fonts without
> conversion. However, microtype doesn't work with XeTeX. Having just