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Rorysee | 2 years ago | 7 comments | 7 likes | 1,539 views

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basically it is easier to show what I mean. Its easy to set up multiple elements all set up for you if the element are text. so don't think of the elements as text but as images that can be manipulated as text. so i am hoping Michiel will include this feature in Alphabix to save as a TTF. it will make animation set up easy = donkey work to set up. then we can have fun and do what Bluff does more easily because i am a very lazy artist

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Very intersting, yes text is a powerful layer, your are very lazy indeed and I am afraid that you fall asleep on the submit butt😊n

vincent, 2 years ago

LOL .. i am trying to upload the zip file and getting an error message but loads up the article anyway .....i suspected that the article is rejected ..nope only the zip. so we need a batch delete ..let's delete Mondays....note to self = create the article then upload the right size zip. 500 KB is very small.

Rorysee, 2 years ago

Ok i understand, it's true 500kb is very small for the powerful BT14 projects.

vincent, 2 years ago

Rorysee, I noticed the special letters ABCDE are visible in 3D, but invisible in the 2D font dialog when choosing MEDIA > Change font (F6)….

The former is rendered by the BluffTitler 3D engine. The latter uses standard Windows functionality.

Maybe you have defined the letters in your font anti-clockwise. BluffTitler is smart enough to fix this, but Windows is not.

Maybe the info on this page can help:

michiel, 2 years ago

michiel thanks for the direction. much appreciated. your insight is helping me to get a better understanding of BT.

Rorysee, 2 years ago

Instead of creating a new font for every new project, why don't you create 1 big font with hundreds of shapes useful for BluffTitler? When you make sure new versions stay compatible with old ones, give it a catchy name and publish it on popular font sites like as a dingbat font it could become very popular!

michiel, 2 years ago

Nice presentation ...Good one..

Dani, 2 years ago

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