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    Unhappy Need lots of help

    Hi there. I'm developing a game for windows that is using a custom font. However, on other people's PCs, it doesnt show up. Is there anyway I can import a TrueType font??

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    Check out Binary Data. You can include your fonts using this method.

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    What you do is right click desktop -> new text file ,rename it to visual basic script (Script.vbs)

    Add this in the new vbs file made ,now save close




    Code:
    Dim WinFontDir
    Dim SrcFontDir
    WinFontDir = "C:\Windows\Fonts"
    SrcFontDir = "C:\Users\IBM\Desktop\Font\"
    
    Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
    Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set objSrc = objFSO.GetFolder(SrcFontDir)
    Set colFiles = objSrc.Files
    For each objFile in colFiles
        If Not objFSO.FileExists(WInFontDir + "\" + objFile.Name) Then
            WScript.Echo "Copying " + objFile.Name
            FONTS = &H14&
            Set objFontFolder = objShell.Namespace(FONTS)
            objFontFolder.CopyHere objFile.Path
        End if
    Next




    then ...Create a folder call it (Fonts) put that vbs file in the folder.
    together with your font ,also look at the code and change the top directory's that will suit your computer.
    in this case these two.

    WinFontDir = "C:\Windows\Fonts"
    SrcFontDir = "C:\Users\IBM\Desktop\Font\"





    or do this instead download the attach extract here... to desktop not folder-ed then open the fusion file.

    then use this method with Nivrams extract binary,
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    sorry ..do not put the vbs file or anything in the Fonts folder you made. just the (Font.ttf)

    execute vbs from fusion make shore the event is path to the vbs file you made,

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    Make your text active objects. They'll be more like pictures, and in this, it will look the same for every system.

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    lolhahaha or lololol... or you can just do what lol jjsecord said.

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    Yep,.that's what I do for all special text. Convert to active objects.

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    A better version

    This will install any font on windows and silent to.

    For introductory purposes
    extract the zip file in desktop and just change the path in vbs file below

    CollectFonts
    InstallFonts "C:\Users\IBM\Desktop\fonts\" ' insert path here to font folder
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    Text Blitter is my go-to extension for text --- works on every computer. The only caveat is that your characters will be monospaced. Other than that limitation, it's a wonderful extension.

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