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||Posted - 05 April 2008 : 16:03:36
I'm often using the "font loading" option and I'm wondering about some sort of command line support in order to make it easier.
I didn't found any sign that this feature is present. Or is it? Please help.
It would be very helpful because I could create some batch files for some projects I do with different fonts. Before I begin to work on one projekt, you may start a certain batch file which utilitizes FontXplorer to load certain fonts.
What do you think about it?
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||Posted - 06 April 2008 : 20:31:51
I installed the Shell Tools you mentioned and this is exactly what I searched for! THANK YOU!
The only thing I found out during testing is, that I can't unload fonts with the Font Loader if I loaded it with FontXplorer before.
||Posted - 05 April 2008 : 19:03:58
I forgot that limited similar functionality is available in my latest Shell Tools package. See FontLoader.exe in installation folder, you can pass text file containing font file names to it, along with load/unload/install/uninstall command. Run it to see command line switches.
||Posted - 05 April 2008 : 18:47:13
There are no command line options to load fonts. It may happen that I will publish special dedicated console module tool to help automate font installation/uninstallation from batch files.