1. Install Fonts from 2ttf on iOS 7 Devices

    1.Open your font page on your iPad/iPhone and Tap “Install on iOS” button.

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    2. Tap “Install”

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    3. Close “Pages App” If it run

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    4.Open “Pages” and Choose your font. 

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    Have fun!

    5.To uninstall your font, Go “iOS Settings > General > Profiles”

     
  2. iFontMaker Tutorial

     
  3. How to install your font (Windows)

    1. Open your font in a browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) and Click “Download”.
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    2. If you get a prompt, Click “Save”.
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    3. Right-click your font and Select “Preview” …
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    4. Click ” Install” button.
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    5.You can choose your font on your desired app. (e.g. Word, WordPad)
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    6.Done.
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  4. Backup your font project

    1. You can get your project files via iTunes:
    Your iPad -> Apps tab -> File Sharing

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    2. Backup ”*.fontprj1a” files to your Mac/PC.

     
  5. Using the Clipboard

    You can use the Clipboard to copy/paste glyphs.

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    In order to copy/paste a path object, select it and tap clipboard button in Edit-mode.

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  6. How to use a custom font on your blog (Blogger).

    1. Open your font page and Copy @font-face{…} section in “WebFont” menu.

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    2.Open your Blog and Select “Template > Customize” menu.

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    3.Select “Advanced > Add CSS” menu and Paste @font-face{…} section. (click following image to enlarge)

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    4. Add CSS for Title

    .post-title{
    font-family:fontname !important;
    }

    and for Body

    .post-body{
    font-family:fontname !important;
    }

    And click “Apply to Blog” button to Apply.




    Note: If body’s font is not changed, Set “Default Font” to body text on “Post” page.

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  7. How to fix font problem on Windows

    If you can not use your font on Windows, please try following steps.

    1.Clear heart mark ”♥” from your font.

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    2.Re-Build your font.

     
  8. How to add your custom font to “Example Font” (ver.1.7+)

    A-1.Use iTunes Document to add your font (ttf or otf file)

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    A-2. Select user-font to set Example

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    You can also add a font via Safari. 

    B-1. Download a ttf or otf font.

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    B-2.Open in iFontMaker

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    B-3. set Example

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  9. How to install your font (Mac)

    1. Download your font from web.

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    2. Open your font and install it.

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    3. Select the font to use

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  10. How to adjust letter spacing

    Open “Font Settings” and adjust letter-spacing slider.

    or, go to “Compose” mode and adjust “Spacing” slider.