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    Is it possible to change font inside Xcode?

    Is it possible to change font inside Xcode? I have a .MFA that in windows is Times New Roman, but in Mac it shows Arial

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    Don't think you can change it in Xcode itself, but fonts for Mac exported apps are strange. Back when we could use the bug tracker I reported how they don't align up to the same vertical position as they do in the preview, Windows exports or even iOS exports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra View Post
    Don't think you can change it in Xcode itself, but fonts for Mac exported apps are strange. Back when we could use the bug tracker I reported how they don't align up to the same vertical position as they do in the preview, Windows exports or even iOS exports.
    I think I reported this and Yves fixed some time ago. The problem I'm having is that I have font stucked somewhere in my mfa file that in Windows it shows Times New Roman, and in Mac it always shows Arial. Really strange stuff.

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    Have you tried adding the font that you want to show up in your xcode resources?

    1. Use the custom TrueType Font as you normally would within your Windows environment
    2. Build your project to export to iOS
    3. On the Mac, add the TTF file into your Resources directory like you would any other resource with Copy selected
    4. Open your app's AppName-Info.plist file in the Resources directory
    5. Add a Rownamed UIAppFonts of type Array (it should default to this)
    6. This will now show up as Fonts provided by application
    7. Enter the full filename of your font e.g. SomeFont_Bold.ttf
    8. Build and run ... you should be golden

    note if did not work: select font from under resources on the left side then choose the app as target memeber from left side (you can do that when adding font too)
    I have done this before and it worked for me. Maybe try it and see if it helps?

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