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ACDSee interference

Jan 18, 2013 at 03:04

I have ACDSee installed. When I downlad a font, ACDSee automatically creates a TIFF image and I am unable to install a trutype font. I have the settings for ACDSee to ask before doing anything, but that is only for external sources...it has no options for the internet. HELP!


Jan 18, 2013 at 12:32

smateja said  
When I downlad a font, ACDSee automatically creates a TIFF

when you download a font, a zip file containing the font should be downloaded to your computer, that's all.
when you download a font, no image should be created.


Jan 19, 2013 at 05:31

Yes, what you say is true, and that is how it worked in the past...but, not now. Now ACDSee has taken over and it creates a JPEG....I did find a way around it. If anyone else has this problem, post it and I will give directions.


Jan 19, 2013 at 07:14

If the image is in black and white, the quality of a .tff, (or png), will be substatially better than a .jpeg. Open any monochrome image with MS Paint, then save it as a .jpeg, and a fair bit of the black and white will change to various shades of grey. A .jpeg is the picture equivalent of a 96 kbits/sec .mp3.



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