taori (Nov 22, 2003)
A question... I have this picture idea, but it involves putting text in the picture, and the text needs to be a certain font. It's a basic font (I can't remember the name of it right now, but it's one of those fonts that just comes with a computer) and should be in there if there's a way to change the font. However, every time I've ever put text in a picture, I can only get one generic font. Am I doing something wrong or is there only one font? No biggie if there's only one, I'll live with it. Just wondering if there was a way to change it.

Thank yez!
Harmanye (Nov 22, 2003)
I believe there is only one, Perhaps you could simply draw the words? Maybe? Open a MSpaint, use your font, and draw it on the applet pixel for pixel, it's about the only way, I think.
marcello (Nov 22, 2003)
Or just use a l33t applet, like lascaux, that actually lets you choose your font.
taori (Nov 23, 2003)
Ahh. Thanks!

Lascaux is indeed unbelievably l33t, but... can I live without the pen tool? *Dies* Heh, well, I'll try it. XD
marcello (Nov 23, 2003)
you can always use the lame excuse for a pen tool, teh "antialias" tool. As soon as I can figure out how shi-painter does it (anyone want to reverse engineer it for me? ;)), I'll revise the aa tool.
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