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Daniel Bonnell 1, 4 27 I’d like to be able to offer the user a selection of fonts to choose from, however I’m finding the stock set of fonts that came with GhostScript what I have on my system to be rather limiting.
I looked into that avenue. Sign up using Facebook. My company ended up abandoning the feature we were developing with Newcenturyschlbk bold font so I never pursued it any further. It seemed viable locally, but I wasn’t sure how well that would translate to a Rails app deployed on Heroku.
The last parameter value must end with a period. The following additional PostScript Type 1 fonts can also be used. So if I run the following code, it will pick Arial Bold Italic for the font, even though it’s not in my fontmap. Actually got it figured out with Heroku – just newcenturyschlbk bold font a.
Post as a guest Name. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. DejaVu Sans Mono style: This is a required parameter. Nimbus Roman No9 style: Make sure to use double quotes. Validation is not performed to ensure that specified values identify a predefined character collection or CMap name.
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newcenturyschlbk bold font Here’s my sample code: I’m hving difficulty even getting Heroku to recognize ANY kind of font, much bo,d a custom one! The desired attributes of a substitute typeface are proportionally spaced serif, bold, and italic. So glad i found fonr issue The characters specified in this parameter must be limited to those in the ISO standard encoding. Best of luck though! I’m currently using the RMagick gem to overlay custom text atop an image.
If I run identify -list font I get the following list of fonts that ImageMagick has access to on my system.
Font NewCenturySchlbk-Bold Regular
Did you ever have success on Heroku? It is limited to 64 newcenruryschlbk in length.