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Re: Wordworth and OS4.1 update 1

Subject: Re: Wordworth and OS4.1 update 1
by cha05e90 on 2010/2/20 12:47:24

@tonyw, ChrisH

Sweethearts, Wordworth will not (really) work this way!

Go to your Wordworth directory, find the "Wwtools" drawer, open it and look. You might see some icons, called i.e. "InstallFonts". Before you double click this icon you might make a backup copy of the files in Wordworth/Wwfonts/UFST/".

When starting the script "InstallFonts" you should be asked whether you want a new FontList (recommended when you installed/moved stuff to a new machine for example) or not, where your fonts are (i.e. "DATA:OutlineFonts/Truetype"), here you go. In Wordworth/Wwfonts/UFST a new FontList and the whole bunch of new .otag and .font files should be generated.

If you have more than one path to your fonts (i.e. you want to add the "SYS:Fonts/" TrueTypes, you run this script again and tell it NOT to generate a new FontList. The font files from the new path should then be ADDED.

Wordworth uses more or less it's own font engine(s) - so it NEEDS to have it's own installation procedure for your fonts (configure files in UFST), it doesn't know that much about any system font stuff. If you move your installation or fonts, you have to do it all over again - but it's rather straightforward.
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