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    King PP
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    Hi.

    Is it possible to inbed a font in a panel? If so, how?

    Thanks, Pat.

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    atom
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    Not yet but since JUCE got that as an option a month ago i’ll be adding a feature like that too, TTF fonts will work. I need to finish a project i’m working on, it should be soon.

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    King PP
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    Great!

    Thanks Atom.

    P.

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    msepsis
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    Just checking in on this… is it possible yet? Also to make this thread properly searchable … it should be *embedding* a font, not imbedding a font 🙂

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by msepsis msepsis. Reason: subject of this thread has typo

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    I admit i left that undone.
    But i’m working on it as i’m writing it.

    There will be 4 font sets available in the font selection combo:
    OS Fonts – those that the OS has available
    Built-In fonts – those that ship with Ctrlr (LCD fonts only)
    Imported fonts – those that you have exported (i’ll have to add some sort of dialog to explicitly export fonts with the panel)
    Default font (JUCE fonts) – these are 3 fonts that JUCE uses, it’s the OSes job to provide those, and this might be different across platforms

    i hope to have this working with the next build.

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