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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Fonts? Post 51095 by cbkihong on Monday 10th of May 2004 09:45:08 PM
Old 05-10-2004
Try /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TTF/ or something like that, though some systems can be different.
 

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IMAGICK.SETFONT(3)							 1							IMAGICK.SETFONT(3)

Imagick::setFont - Sets font

SYNOPSIS
bool Imagick::setFont (string $font) DESCRIPTION
Sets object's font property. This method can be used for example to set font for caption: pseudo-format. The font needs to be configured in ImageMagick configuration or a file by the name of $font must exist. This method should not be confused with ImagickDraw.setFont(3) which sets the font for a specific ImagickDraw object. This method is available if Imagick has been compiled against ImageMagick version 6.3.7 or newer. PARAMETERS
o $font - Font name or a filename RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE on success. SEE ALSO
Imagick.getFont(3), ImagickDraw.setFont(3), ImagickDraw.getFont(3). EXAMPLES
Example #1 A Imagick.setFont(3) example Example of using Imagick::setFont <?php /* Create new imagick object */ $im = new Imagick(); /* Set the font for the object */ $im->setFont("example.ttf"); /* Create new caption */ $im->newPseudoImage(100, 100, "caption:Hello"); /* Do something with the image */ ?> PHP Documentation Group IMAGICK.SETFONT(3)

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