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Unfortunately embedding fonts in PSD files is not possible at this moment. It was already suggested a few years ago on the Adobe Photoshop forums, for example here. The Photoshop file format does not support embedding fonts. It preserves the fonts appearance, but it doesn't allow editing the text layers, if you don't have the required font installed on ...


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Are there fonts that have both italic and oblique variants? Most typefaces have either oblique or italic variants but not both. There are a few exceptions. See for example Lucida Font Store FAQ: LUCIDA GRANDE LIGHT and LUCIDA GRANDE BLACK fonts are available in roman, italic, and oblique styles from the Lucida Fonts Store. These newly released ...


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This has been tested with Matlab R2015a on Linux, but I'd expect it to work on other platforms and maybe earlier versions, too. Matlab's documentation is in the form of HTML, and the help browser is basically a web browser displaying locally stored files. There are several central style files, but the most important one appears to be ...


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The correct way is to create a character style (as opposed to a paragraph style). Then you can assign a keyboard shortcut to it. You could also record a VBA macro as indicated by Techie007 but then you would have to manage the macro settings, security settings and so on. The style and its shortcut can either be added to normal.dot for use in any ...


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TrueType fonts with X are usually done using fontconfig. One of its features is that it looks by default in the .fonts directory under your home directory. You would use fc-list to list the fonts which are available, and use them with the -fa (family name) and -fs (font size) options of xterm. (while xfd has a corresponding -fa option, xfontsel does not). ...



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