You need a program that is OT feature aware for that to work.
If your program cannot access OT features, as it appears to be, you can still use the swashes by manually selecting it using the glyph palette of your program and insert it to your document. If your program also does not have a glyph palette, you can use CharMap that comes with Windows. There is probably a similar program on Macs.
BTW the swashes are located in the Private Use Area (PUA) of the font.
The PDF I sent you has the font embedded on it so what that someone told you about InDesign not able to embed fonts on a PDF is not true.
Your client should give the suggestion made by frd at #4 a try
BTW InDesign can be downloaded from Adobe for testing purposes.
If you still need help, I can give your font a spin.
t o 2 2 t o @ g m a i l . c o m
just delete the spaces.
Go to MyFonts (see link in post #2) and buy the font. I do not think you need the complete family. A single font only costs about $20, which I think is a reasonable price.
However, if your client is not willing to shell out $20, find a public domain font to avoid problems from using what you think are free fonts.
Should be listed here http://www.dafont.com/forum/user.php?user=857063
If it is not there, then it is not in the forum or was deleted for some reason.
To avoid any problem, use public domain fonts only.
When did you submit your font?
Have a look at this page, http://www.dafont.com/new.php
Is the date new fonts were last added to the site before or after you submitted your font.
If the date fonts were last added was on or before you submitted your font, then have patience and check that page from time to time.
If the date is after you submitted your font, that means your font was not accepted. The admins will not tell you the reason unless you ask them. Admins are going over the forum will see your inquiry but to be sure to get an answer, send the admin a PM. Try it here http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=1
It is advisable to provide the admin details of your submission.
Don't despair, gsm. The font that brought me the biggest amount only have 1,000 downloads over what your font have. Does the font look good? I do not know but I considered it worthless and named it as such. The thing is people look at things differently. What might look like crap to you might look like a piece of priceless art to others.
My font that received the most number of donations has a ratio of 1 donation for every 3,300 downloads. The overall donation-to-download ratio of my fonts here at Dafont is 1:12,000. I have 11 fonts here that were downloaded 11,000-25,000 times but haven't received any donation. It doesn't matter. The important thing is that you enjoyed it when you did the font. Whatever money that might come your way is just perks.
If ever someone get in touch with you for a commercial license, I hope you will already have an answer. It is better to be prepared than grope for an answer when that time comes.
Why not find or create a picture of that font and post it at http://www.dafont.com/forum/?f=1
Spiderman is kind of popular and there is likely a digitization of that font out there
If you will follow the instructions in the link that fonatica gave you, you will find that things does work for you.
However, if you will follow the instructions on YouTube videos, make sure that you are double clicking/opening a TTF (True Type) or OTF (Open Type) font. If file extension or file type is not shown, TTF or OTF files are usually shown with an icon that has an A or O or T on it. The icon you see varies and depends on the program that is associated to it.
Why don't we do a test. Download this font http://www.dafont.com/valentine-hearts.font
There is only one file on that download and it is a TTF file. As you can see there is no room for errors here. Follow the instructions given by that YouTube video, and see what happens. If it still does not work for you, use the same font download link and follow the instructions in the link provided by Fonatica. Then come back here and let us know what happened.
If you put up a donate button and you do not ask for a specific amount, expect to receive as low as $1.
How about how high it can go? I will leave that up to the experts here.
Login to your account, then go to My account
then click on the link that is circled on the image
Enter your paypal email address and click submit and you are done.
I just noticed that you still do not have a font listed in your profile. That is the reason why you do not see the donate link in your account. You must have a font available for download here at Dafont before you are allowed to add a donate button. Without a font, there's nowhere to place your donate button.
Submit a font to Dafont first. You would be able to add a Paypal donate link once your font is approved,
Edited on Nov 26, 2016 at 14:21 by toto@k22
Login to your Dafont account
Go to http://www.dafont.com/member_paypal.php
Enter the email address for your your PayPal account
Click on the submit button
Wait for donation to come in.
BTW I suggest that you acknowledge receiving the donation regardless of the amount.
Tell the font author about the problem so that he/she can fix it.
Send a PM to the author http://www.dafont.com/pm/post.php?user=13800
or send the author an email. You can find the author's email address at the profile page http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=13800
That problem can be easily fixed but the author has to be the one to do it.
Error on download link: The key you provided for file access was invalid.
Upload it to https://cocaine.ninja/
instead - free, no ads.
That is a text file. Here's the first few lines:
;; debugfont.fon font description file version 1.1
;; width 256 height 256
;; antialiased TRUE
;; ascent 0.875000% descent 0.125000%
;; numglyphs 91
;; border pixels 4
;; scale 1.0
;; xoffset 0 yoffset 0
Descriptions of the 91 glyphs follow that.
Real .fon files are supposed to be binary files.
What on earth would possess people to believe that?
I'm 16 and I didn't believe it for a second. (in fact, I had to suppress the urge to laugh...)
That is good that you think that way and I wish everyone would think like you do. Unfortunately, this is not the case. There are far too many gullible people in the world who are overcome with greed when promised with dreamed of riches.
If this people cannot find victims for their scams then this practice would have stopped a long time ago. I receive at least one of this kind of email everyday and I do not see it stopping any day now. There are many scammers in the internet and there are also many who are gullible enough to believe them.
BTW I personally know of someone who believed in it and that person already sent them some money. It isn't much but they are asking for more and much higher amount now. The gullible person cannot be dissuaded and really believes that everything is true.
So you are a smart kid if you did not believe this but there are people out there who are not as smart as you.
I received this private message from kings11me (http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=945347
My names are: Mr. Anthony O Umeria, profession financier. Hope that you will not expose or betray this trust and confident? There is a mutual benefit. I need your urgent assistance to accept funds exceeding 5million US dollars with trust and full understanding to your country, primary motive safe keeping and possible investment okay, God bless you. Feel free to ask questions you are always welcome, for more details, urgently contact my private these e-mail addresses. (deleted)
Mr. Anthony Umeria
I am hoping the admin would be able to deal with this so that members here who are gullible enough (believe me there are many people who thinks this crap is real) would not fall prey to this scumbag.
Edited on Oct 15, 2016 at 16:48 by koeiekat
None. You will have to do it manually.
Change the type to a format that can be manipulated in your program. Different programs have different ways of doing this - convert type to outline, rasterize the text layer, using selection, etc. It really depends on how it is done in your program.
Look for public domain fonts. Do not just rely on what is shown on the web page where you downloaded the font but look inside the zip archive and see if there is a text file that states that the font is a public domain font. Sometimes you will find this info in the font. However, when in doubt, get in touch with the designer to clear up matters.
For example, here are the two listings of fonts by Character here at Dafont: http://www.dafont.com/character55.d2739
All his fonts, Character said, are public domain and he does not expect nor ask for any remuneration for their use. He just had fun doing the fonts and, sadly, he already passed away.
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