On 03/09/10 11:52, Gracia M. Littauer wrote: > can one add font dirs to gimp, if so how..
The standard way is to do the following: Edit -> Preferences In preferences click on the arrow next to Folders, scroll down. Here is where things get hairy. On *Nix you should by default have two entries: /home/user/.gimp-2.x/fonts (replace x with your point version) /usr/local/share/gimp/fonts On Windows, I don't know off the top of my head, if you are running Windows, perhaps someone else with access to a Windows box will be able to tell you what you should find there. Now you can either add fonts to those directories OR, at least on my FreeBSD-8.0-RELEASE-p2 machine, you can create a dot directory (like .gimp-2.x in the above example) called .fonts and drop all your fonts in there. If you do that, you won't have any extra steps. If, however, you want to put your fonts elsewhere, these are the steps to add a folder to that list for GIMP to look in for fonts. Hit the folder button to the extreme right to start browsing for the directory that you want to add. During this process you can create a folder while browsing for one by selecting "create folder" option in the window that you use to browse the directory. When done select ok, hit the white paper to add the directory to the list, click ok and restart The GIMP. From then on it will look in those folders to see those fonts. If I'm missing a step (perhaps for Windows), I hope someone will add to this reply (also correcting me if I've missed a step). -- Yours In Christ, PIT Emails are not formal business letters, whatever businesses may want. Original content copyright under the OWL http://owl.apotheon.org Please do not CC me. If I'm posting to a list it is because I am subscribed.
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