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This is a required parameter. I’m currently using the RMagick gem to overlay custom text atop an newcentugyschlbk. My company ended up abandoning the feature we were developing with ImageMagick so I never pursued it any further. So if I run the following code, it will pick Arial Bold Italic for the font, even though it’s not in my fontmap.
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The last parameter value must end with a period. Sign up using Email and Password. It is limited to 64 characters in length. The desired attributes of a substitute typeface are proportionally spaced serif, bold, and italic. Validation is not performed to ensure that specified values identify a predefined character collection or CMap name.
If I run identify -list font I get the following list of fonts that ImageMagick has access to on my system. Specifically I’m building an newcenturyschlk caption see code below and want to be able to specify a font that’s not in the list. So glad i found this issue It was surprisingly easy to do, if not a little too obvious to be mentioned in the docs.
Standard fonts that the AFP viewer uses
If it’s not listed there though, you can also pass the absolute file path as a string. Newcenturyschlnk seemed viable locally, but I wasn’t sure how well newcenturyschlbk bold font would translate to a Rails app deployed on Heroku.
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Perhaps this might help? Sign up using Facebook. Obviously the available options on Heroku are more expansive nwwcenturyschlbk what’s on my machine, but still quite limited.