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Create Your Own Font [[Hidden Program]]

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Everyone knows there's hidden programs in their computer..

If not, you know now..

Anyways..

Umm..

I'll show you a program where you can Create your own font..

1.Go to "Start" on the Task Bar Start.png

2.Click "Run" Run.png

3. When the "Run" box appears.. RunBox.png

Type in "eudcedit"RunBox2.png

And this is what should come up..:

Program.png

You DO have different tools..

For creating letters/Images/ whatever you want..

Program2.png

If you cant see it..

On the "File" Bar at the top select "Tools" then open the SubMenu for "Item"

NOW!

After you create you leter or whatever it is you created..

How to Save it and Bring it up..

1. Instead of going to "File" and saving it..

You go to "Edit" And "Save Character"

I'm sure Many people know what Character map is..

CharMap.png

In order to Access Charater Map go to

Star>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Character Map

Once It opens, Click the Menu to Change Fonts, and Above "Arial" You will see "All Fonts (Private Characters)"

Anddd

Your creation will be there..

Ok..

That's it..

Bye :]

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Pretty cool but it's got nothing to do with Paint.NET

?

Moved to The Overflow

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Interesting. I never knew about that. >_>

It doesn't seem to work with Vista though. I've never felt so lonely! [cries]

Thanks for sharing! :P

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Interesting. I never knew about that. >_>

It doesn't seem to work with Vista though. I've never felt so lonely! [cries]

Thanks for sharing! :P

Try Accessing it Manually

FILE LOCATION: C:\Windows\System32\eudcedit.exe

It will take a minute to find it with all the files there.. >_<

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Hmm... Thanks. Found it.

Odd, it was only pulling up the old XP version in the 'Windows.old' folder. >_>

Oh well, now I can mess around with this. Again, thanks for sharing.

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Try Accessing it Manually

FILE LOCATION: C:\Windows\System32\eudcedit.exe

It will take a minute to find it with all the files there.. >_<

No need, just type 'eudcedit' into the Start menu, it will find it much faster than scrolling through an ocean of files.

Perhaps david will find this useful for his new font-authoring undertake...

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Ive been wondering how to make fonts, thanks. I dont think this belongs here though.

This isn't how to make normal (smooth) fonts, but pixel-based fonts (like what you see in the command line). There are many programs out there that can help you make vector-based fonts (like Calibri in ClearType mode), some of them being free to the public. I've made a font myself in the past, and it's very tough work! You end up spending 30+ minutes on one character, when you have to make at least 50. I'll never do that again.

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Ive been wondering how to make fonts, thanks. I dont think this belongs here though.

This isn't how to make normal (smooth) fonts, but pixel-based fonts (like what you see in the command line). There are many programs out there that can help you make vector-based fonts (like Calibri in ClearType mode), some of them being free to the public. I've made a font myself in the past, and it's very tough work! You end up spending 30+ minutes on one character, when you have to make at least 50. I'll never do that again.

I'd do it if I could find a free program to do so in.

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Perhaps david will find this useful for his new font-authoring undertake...

Neh. It's pixel font. I want to make TrueType vector fonts.

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Perhaps david will find this useful for his new font-authoring undertake...

Neh. It's pixel font. I want to make TrueType vector fonts.

Good luck David, apparently, font making takes a lot of time.

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There are many free programs to edit fonts in, but they're hard to find. Check SourceForge, there should be at least 3.

ok, ive looked and havent found any, i would like a little help finding a program, i found double type, but i dont think it is :AntiAliasingOn: <<

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