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I have Paint.NET installed on a 16GB USB drive for school.

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Paint.net uses the system's fonts. There's no way around it, you'll have to get permission at school to install the fonts on their computers.


These are the settings that you can make adjustments to in Paint.NET:


Sorry I wasn't able to post this image earlier, Photobucket was having login issues.

EDIT: Fixed grammar.

Edited by jim100361
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I was going to do that. I just got a USB instead because it was only 10 bucks. lol

Thanks for the quick responce yesterday jim, I was typing a response and my internet turned off so I just went to sleep.

EDIT: I can't see the picture, It might be the schools computer though. Let me check at home before I tell you its broken.

Edited by TheFloridaSniper
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The PortableApps Platform/Menu allows you to use fonts without having to install them. However, these fonts might only be available to programs that use a PortableApps launcher; I'm not sure.


(September 25th, 2023)  Sorry about any broken images in my posts. I am aware of the issue.

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EDIT: nvm this is about fonts lol

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