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  • Help with Gimp =/

    Mmkay..

    I just downloaded Gimp, and i need help getting fonts from dafont.com on there. I downloaded the fonts i want to use but i dont know how to use the font... Can someone please tell me how stop by step. I would appreciate it.
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    Re: Help with Gimp =/

    >Find the Font
    >Click the box in the top right corner [Download now] or whatever
    >Extract the files (Click next until it's complete)
    >Open the control pannel
    >Click fonts
    >Drag the new font file to that window
    If this is confusing. Just post. I find this very confusing myself lol

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      Re: Help with Gimp =/

      You might also want to know how to download brushes, and that's a little more confusing than fonts, so I'll try to explain without being confusing. )

      When you're downloading brushes and fonts, make sure GIMP is closed. The new brushes and fonts won't show up if you already had GIMP open before you transferred the files.

      1. Download the brush set.
      I get a lot of my brushes from www.deviantart.com, but there are also other sites you can download them from. Save it to your desktop so it's easy to locate.

      2. Unzip the files.
      On your desktop, double click the file, click 'Extract All Files' on the window that pops up, and keep clicking Next until you get a new window with the extracted brushes. Leave that window open. You can close out the old windows with the zipped files.

      3. Open up the Brushes file.
      Start > My Computer > Local Disk ( C: ) > Program Files > GIMP-2.0 (or whatever version yours is) > share > gimp > 2.0 > brushes.

      4. Transfer the brushes.
      Open up the window with the unzipped files next to the window with your brushes. To save time, click and drag a square over all of the unzipped files, which will highlight them all. Then click on any of the highlighted files and drag it over to your brushes. You're done!

      Hope that helps. ^-^


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      • #4
        Re: Help with Gimp =/

        Originally posted by iitsxme View Post
        >Find the Font
        >Click the box in the top right corner [Download now] or whatever
        >Extract the files (Click next until it's complete)
        >Open the control pannel
        >Click fonts
        >Drag the new font file to that window
        If this is confusing. Just post. I find this very confusing myself lol
        Thank youu sooo much! This helped a lot!
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        ...Not like anyone on here really gives a care about me anyway...

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        • #5
          Re: Help with Gimp =/

          No problemo muchacha

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