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Old 02-22-2010, 07:22 AM   #1
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Default CorelDraw Font Problem ..

.. been a long time since I've been here; glad the DTF is still around!!

Just loaded up CorelDraw X3 on a Win7 machine and everything seems to be working OK ... except some fonts apperar to be giving me a problem. I have a document previously developed on my old XP computer that uses the Bickham Script Pro font. It doesn't show up ... it is in the font list, but the text example pane is blank and it is 'invisible' in the document although the text does appear in the Object List. If I use the font in Word, it works fine. Additional checking shows that there are additional fonts that have the same "invisibility" problem .. most of them have a "std" or "pro" suffix ...

I'm not actually sure where the fonts originated because I didn't custom install any fonts (yet) ... anybody else having a CorelDraw/Win7 font problem or care to take a guess at what is happening ..


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