ARCHSTYL.SHX

Discussion in 'AutoSketch' started by Harvey, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. Harvey

    Harvey Guest

    I've downloaded this font from the net and stuffed it in the Properties
    folder of AutoSketch V7.

    Now. Does anyone know how I can use the darn thing?

    My wife likes it for her landscape graphics course and I want to make it
    usable for her, but the Text tool only brings up the TT fonts.

    ....waiting...
     
    Harvey, Feb 17, 2005
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  2. Harvey

    Harvey Guest

    C'mon you guys! I have two archi fonts in the WINDOWS>FONTS directory, a
    archi.txt and archtitl.TTF. It should come up in any WINDOWS compliant
    app. So, nu?
     
    Harvey, Feb 17, 2005
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  3. Harvey

    Gadget Guest

    If it's a TTF, then it's a font file: you would need to know the corresponding alphabet letter and use the text tool.

    (Start:Run "charmap" without the quotes) This will bring up a charicter map; simply choose the font, select the symbol required and drag it into a text box (or copy/paste)
    If you see something like ß or ê instead of your symbol, just change the font to your 'symbol' font in Sketch and it will appear.
     
    Gadget, Feb 18, 2005
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