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tzframpton
31st Aug 2009, 09:52 pm
Download Link:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4989089/Fonts.zip

All the files in the directory for search engine purposes.

AcadEref.shx
ACOGO.SHX
ae2.shx
aehalf.shx
AGES0.SHX
AGMO.SHX
AGMS.SHX
AGSFONT.SHX
AMDTSymbols.shx
amgdt.shx
amgdtans.shx
ANCSTRNL.SHX
APWA.SHX
ARCFAST.SHX
ARCH-SS.SHX
ARCH-SST.SHX
ARCH.SHX
ARCH1.SHX
ARCH2.SHX
ARCHA.SHX
ARCHB.SHX
ARCHBOLD.SHX
ARCHD.SHX
ARCHF.SHX
ARCHFAST.SHX
ARCHFREE.SHX
ARCHISE1.SHX
ARCHISE2.SHX
archisel.shx
ARCHITX1.SHX
ARCHITXT.SHX
ARCHLTR.SHX
ARCHOLD.SHX
ARCHOLDM.SHX
ARCHOLDT.SHX
ARCHQUI1.SHX
ARCHQUIK.SHX
ARCHS.SHX
ARCHSTD.SHX
ARCHSTD2.SHX
ARCHSTY1.SHX
Archstyl.shx
ARCHSTYL2.SHX
ARCHT-LS.SHX
ARCHT-XL.SHX
ARCHT.SHX
ARCHTITL.SHX
ARCHUL.SHX
ARCQUICK.SHX
ARCSTEN.SHX
ARCTEXT.SHX
ARCTI-B.SHX
ARCTI-BO.SHX
ARCTI-BT.SHX
ARCTI-O.SHX
ARCTI-T.SHX
ARCTI.SHX
ARCTITLE.SHX
ARCTX-B.SHX
ARCTX-BO.SHX
ARCTX-BT.SHX
ARCTX-O.SHX
ARCTX-T.SHX
ARCTX.SHX
ARHAND0.SHX
ARHAND1.SHX
ARHAND2.SHX
ARHAND4.SHX
ARL-O.SHX
ARL-T.SHX
ARL.SHX
ARR-B.SHX
ARR-BO.SHX
ARR-BT.SHX
ARR-H.SHX
ARR-HO.SHX
ARR-HT.SHX
ARR-O.SHX
ARR-T.SHX
ARR.SHX
ARSTENCL.SHX
AS.SHX
ASG.SHX
AU1.SHX
Au101s03.shx
AUTOPE.SHX
AVANT.SHX
AVG-B.SHX
AVG-BO.SHX
AVG-BT.SHX
AVG-O.SHX
AVG-T.SHX
AVG.SHX
AWOLF.SHX
BAMBAMIL.SHX
BAMBAMJL.SHX
BAMBAMNL.SHX
BC39.SHX
BC39AN.SHX
BDP-O.SHX
BDP-T.SHX
BDP.SHX
begnat-o.shx
BHS-B.SHX
BHS-BO.SHX
BHS-BT.SHX
BHS-H.SHX
BHS-HO.SHX
BHS-HT.SHX
BHS-L.SHX
BHS-LO.SHX
BHS-LT.SHX
BHS-O.SHX
BHS-T.SHX
BHS.SHX
BIFOCLHH.SHX
bigfont.shx
BKM-B.SHX
BKM-BO.SHX
BKM-BT.SHX
BKM-O.SHX
BKM-T.SHX
BKM.SHX
BLOCK.SHX
BLOCKNEW.SHX
BLOCKOUT.SHX
BLOCKSHD.SHX
BNG-B.SHX
BNG-BO.SHX
BNG-BT.SHX
BNG-O.SHX
BNG-T.SHX
BNG.SHX
BOLD.SHX
BOLD1.SHX
BOLDSHDW.SHX
BROKEN.SHX
BRS-O.SHX
BRS-T.SHX
BRS.SHX
CADNW-1.SHX
CB-HD.SHX
CB-LD.SHX
CB.SHX
Cdm.shx
CDM_NC.SHX
CENT.SHX
CENTBH.SHX
CENTURY.SHX
chineset.shx
CHISEL-L.SHX
CHISEL-M.SHX
CHISEL-S.SHX
CHISEL.SHX
CHISEL1.SHX
COF-O.SHX
COF-T.SHX
COF.SHX
COGOAID.SHX
complex.shx
COMPLEX9.SHX
CORBU.SHX
COS-B.SHX
COS-BO.SHX
COS-BT.SHX
COS-O.SHX
COS-T.SHX
COS.SHX
CPR-H.SHX
CPR-HO.SHX
CPR-HT.SHX
CSL-B.SHX
CSL-BO.SHX
CSL-BT.SHX
CSL-O.SHX
CSL-T.SHX
CSL.SHX
CYRILLIC.SHX
CYRILTLC.SHX
DASHFONT.SHX
DC-HD-M.SHX
DC-HD.SHX
DC-LD-M.SHX
DC-LD.SHX
DC-M.SHX
DIM.SHX
DIN.SHX
DMC-B.SHX
DMC-BO.SHX
DMC-BT.SHX
DMC-O.SHX
DMC-T.SHX
DMC.SHX
DOTFONT.SHX
DXF.SHX
EBE-HD.SHX
engineer.shx
ENGRSTAN.SHX
ENGSTRAN.SHX
EQSP.SHX
EQSPMENU.SHX
EQUAL.SHX
ERS-B.SHX
ERS-BO.SHX
ERS-BT.SHX
ERS-H.SHX
ERS-HO.SHX
ERS-HT.SHX
ERS-L.SHX
ERS-LO.SHX
ERS-LT.SHX
ERS-O.SHX
ERS-T.SHX
ERS.SHX
ES.SHX
EUR-B.SHX
EUR-BO.SHX
EUR-BT.SHX
EUR-D.SHX
EUR-DO.SHX
EUR-DT.SHX
EUR-H.SHX
EUR-HO.SHX
EUR-HT.SHX
EUR-O.SHX
EUR-T.SHX
EUR.SHX
EUROSTIL.SHX
Ex1135__.shx
ex1136__.shx
extfont.shx
extfont2.shx
exthalf2.shx
extslim2.shx
FANCY10.SHX
FAST.SHX
FAST1A.SHX
FASTEQ.SHX
FKG-B.SHX
FKG-BO.SHX
FKG-BT.SHX
FKG-H.SHX
FKG-HO.SHX
FKG-HT.SHX
FKG-O.SHX
FKG-T.SHX
FKG.SHX
FONT68.SHX
FREEHAND.SHX
FRS-O.SHX
FRS-T.SHX
FRS.SHX
FRZ-B.SHX
FRZ-BO.SHX
FRZ-BT.SHX
FRZ-O.SHX
FRZ-T.SHX
FRZ.SHX
FT2-O.SHX
FT2-T.SHX
FT2.SHX
FTC-B.SHX
FTC-BO.SHX
FTC-BT.SHX
FTC-H.SHX
FTC-HO.SHX
FTC-HT.SHX
FTC-L.SHX
FTC-LO.SHX
FTC-LT.SHX
FTC-O.SHX
FTC-T.SHX
FTC.SHX
futura.shx
FUTURO.SHX
g12f13.shx
g13f12d.shx
g13f12w.shx
GAR-B.SHX
GAR-BO.SHX
GAR-BT.SHX
GAR-O.SHX
GAR-T.SHX
GAR.SHX
GB-HD.SHX
GB-LD.SHX
GB.SHX
gbcbig.shx
gbeitc.shx
gbenor.shx
GCAD.SHX
gdt.shx
GEN.SHX
genbold.shx
genbold2.shx
genhlvt.shx
GENHLVT2.shx
GENISO.SHX
geniso12.shx
GENLTSHP.SHX
GENPRESE.SHX
GLOBE.SHX
gothice.shx
GOTHICE9.SHX
GOTHICEN.SHX
gothicg.shx
GOTHICG9.SHX
gothici.shx
GOTHICI9.SHX
greekc.shx
greeks.shx
GREKCOMP.SHX
G_GOTHIC.SHX
HAN1.shx
Hand.shx
HAND0.SHX
hand1.shx
HAND1H.SHX
HAND2.SHX
HAND3.SHX
HAND4.SHX
HANDL.SHX
HANDLET.SHX
HANDLTR.SHX
HANDLTR1.SHX
HAQUI.SHX
HARCBLD.SHX
HARCTEC.SHX
HASP.SHX
HB-HD.SHX
HB-LD.SHX
HB.SHX
HBOLD.SHX
HCB-HD.SHX
HCB-LD.SHX
HCB.SHX
HCOMX.SHX
HDIEG.SHX
HEL-B-LS.SHX
HEL-M.SHX
HEL1-BLD.SHX
HEL2-BLD.SHX
HEL3-BLD.SHX
HEL3-MED.SHX
HELLTF.SHX
HELLTO.SHX
HELMED00.SHX
Helmed01.shx
HELMEDF.SHX
HELMEDO.SHX
HELV-BLD.SHX
HELV.SHX
HELV01.shx
HELV1O.SHX
HELV1S.SHX
HELVBLD.SHX
HELVBOL0.SHX
HELVBOL1.SHX
HELVBOL2.SHX
HELVBOL3.SHX
HELVBOLD.SHX
HELVETIC.SHX
HELVL.SHX
HELVL1.SHX
HELVL2.SHX
HELVLT0.SHX
HELVLT1.SHX
HELVLT2.SHX
HELVLT3.SHX
HELVM.SHX
HELVM1.SHX
HELVM2.SHX
HELVMED0.SHX
HELVMED1.SHX
HELVMED2.SHX
HELVMED3.SHX
HELVO.SHX
HELVOUT.SHX
Helvs.shx
HFL.SHX
HL-HD.SHX
HL-LD.SHX
HL.SHX
HLC-B.SHX
HLC-BO.SHX
HLC-BT.SHX
HLC-H.SHX
HLC-HO.SHX
HLC-HT.SHX
HLC-L.SHX
HLC-LO.SHX
HLC-LT.SHX
HLC-O.SHX
HLC-T.SHX
HLC.SHX
HLI-O.SHX
HLI-T.SHX
HLI.SHX
HLTR.SHX
HLV-B.SHX
HLV-BO.SHX
HLV-BT.SHX
HLV-H.SHX
HLV-HO.SHX
HLV-HT.SHX
HLV-L.SHX
HLV-LO.SHX
HLV-LT.SHX
HLV-O.SHX
HLV-T.SHX
HLV.SHX
HLV1.shx
HLV2.SHX
HLV3.SHX
HLVMENU.SHX
HLVOUTL.SHX
HM-HD.SHX
HM-LD.SHX
HM.SHX
HMO.SHX
HNOTE.SHX
HOB-O.SHX
HOB-T.SHX
HOB.SHX
HOLLOW.SHX
HOUTL.SHX
HS-M.SHX
HS.SHX
HVBO.SHX
HVBS.SHX
Hvl1.shx
HVLO.SHX
HVLS.SHX
HVMO.SHX
HVMOUT.SHX
HVMS.SHX
HVMSOLID.SHX
HVO.SHX
HVSOLID.SHX
iges1001.shx
iges1002.shx
iges1003.shx
INTL_ENGINEERING.shx
ISO.SHX
ISO9.SHX
isocp.shx
isocp2.shx
isocp3.shx
isoct.shx
isoct2.shx
isoct3.shx
ISOEQ.SHX
ITALCOMP.SHX
ITALIAN.SHX
italic.shx
ITALIC8.SHX
ITALIC9.SHX
italicc.shx
ITALICC9.SHX
italict.shx
ITALICT9.SHX
ITALIC_T.SHX
ITALTRPX.SHX
ITCNEW.SHX
IVY.SHX
I_GOTHIC.SHX
KROY.SHX
KTGY.SHX
LANDCADD.SHX
LEREQ.SHX
LEROY.SHX
log.txt
LTG-B.SHX
LTG-BO.SHX
LTG-BT.SHX
LTG-O.SHX
LTG-T.SHX
LTG.SHX
ltypeshp.shx
MAC-O.SHX
MAC-T.SHX
MAC.SHX
MARCFAST.SHX
MARCQUIK.SHX
MARCTITL.SHX
MARCTXT.SHX
MARKER.SHX
MEDSOL.SHX
mhm.shx
MICOUT.SHX
MICRO.SHX
MICROG.SHX
MIS-O.SHX
MIS-T.SHX
MIS.SHX
MLEROY.SHX
MONOARCH.SHX
MONOFAST.SHX
MONOQUIK.SHX
MONOSIMP.SHX
MONOTITL.SHX
monotxt.shx
MONOTXT8.SHX
MONOTXT9.SHX
MROMANS.SHX
MSD.SHX
MSIMPLEX.SHX
MULTPLIL.SHX
MULTPLNH.SHX
MULTPLNL.SHX
NAMES.SHX
Nbbj-bld.shx
NBV-B.SHX
NBV-BO.SHX
NBV-BT.SHX
NBV-O.SHX
NBV-T.SHX
NBV.SHX
NCRIPTC.SHX
NCRIPTS.SHX
NCT-B.SHX
NCT-BO.SHX
NCT-BT.SHX
NCT-O.SHX
NCT-T.SHX
NCT.SHX
NH-HD.SHX
NH-LD.SHX
NH.SHX
NOTING.SHX
NOUTLINE.SHX
OBH.SHX
OPT-B.SHX
OPT-BO.SHX
OPT-BT.SHX
OPT-O.SHX
OPT-T.SHX
OPT.SHX
OPTM1O.SHX
OPTM1S.SHX
OR-HD.SHX
OR-LD.shx
OR.SHX
ORATORC.SHX
ORATORS.SHX
ORATORT.SHX
OUTLINE.SHX
PA-VERT.SHX
PAL-B.SHX
PAL-BO.SHX
PAL-BT.SHX
PAL-O.SHX
PAL-T.SHX
PAL.SHX
PAN-B.SHX
PAN-BO.SHX
PAN-BT.SHX
PAN-O.SHX
PAN-T.SHX
PAN.SHX
PAR-O.SHX
PAR-T.SHX
PAR.SHX
PC.SHX
pecshape.SHX
PF-HD-M.SHX
PF-HD.SHX
PF-LD-M.SHX
PF-LD.SHX
PF-M.SHX
PF.SHX
PGN-B.SHX
PGN-BO.SHX
PGN-BT.SHX
PGN-L.SHX
PGN-LO.SHX
PGN-LT.SHX
PGN-O.SHX
PGN-T.SHX
PGN.SHX
PHANTOM.SHX
PNOM1O.SHX
PNOM1S.SHX
PRS-O.SHX
PRS-T.SHX
PRS.SHX
PTMARKS.SHX
pvltype.shx
QTR-HD-M.SHX
QTR-HD.SHX
QTR-LD-M.SHX
QTR-LD.SHX
QTR-M.SHX
QTR.SHX
RAULP.SHX
REV-O.SHX
REV-T.SHX
REV.SHX
rockwell.shx
ROMAN.SHX
romanc.shx
ROMANC9.SHX
romand.shx
ROMAND9.SHX
romanf.shx
romans.shx
ROMANS1.SHX
ROMANS9.SHX
romant.shx
ROMANT9.SHX
ROMAN_SL.SHX
RUSSELL.SHX
s.SHX
SASB____.SHX
SCREEN.SHX
SCRIPT.SHX
scriptc.shx
SCRIPTC9.SHX
scripts.shx
SCRIPTS9.SHX
SCRPCOMP.SHX
SCRPSIMP.SHX
SF.SHX
SHADOW.SHX
SHAPES.SHX
SIM.SHX
SIMPFRAC.SHX
simplex.shx
SIMPLEX8.SHX
SIMPLEX9.SHX
SIMPLEXA.SHX
SOLID.SHX
SOMPLEX.SHX
SOU-B.SHX
SOU-BO.SHX
SOU-BT.SHX
SOU-O.SHX
SOU-T.SHX
SOU.SHX
SPEC-BAR.SHX
SPEC-SL.SHX
SPECIAL.SHX
spec_bar.shx
spec_sl.shx
SS.SHX
STANDARD.SHX
STARS.SHX
STENCIL.SHX
STENEQ.SHX
STN-O.SHX
STN-T.SHX
STN.SHX
syastro.shx
symap.shx
symath.shx
symeteo.shx
SYMS.SHX
symusic.shx
SYSMENU.SHX
SYSMENU1.SHX
SYSMENU2.SHX
TB-HD-M.SHX
TB-HD.SHX
TB-LD-M.SHX
TB-LD.SHX
TB-M.SHX
TB.SHX
TEK-O.SHX
TEK-T.SHX
TEK.SHX
TE______.SHX
TICS.SHX
TIF-B.SHX
TIF-BO.SHX
TIF-BT.SHX
TIF-H.SHX
TIF-HO.SHX
TIF-HT.SHX
TIF-O.SHX
TIF-T.SHX
TIF.SHX
TIM-B.SHX
TIM-BO.SHX
TIM-BT.SHX
TIM-O.SHX
TIM-T.SHX
TIM.SHX
TIMES.SHX
TIMESOUT.SHX
TITLEO.SHX
TMS.SHX
TPS.SHX
TRIPLEX.SHX
TXT1.SHX
TXT9.SHX
TXTSTRN.SHX
UMB-O.SHX
UMB-T.SHX
UMB.SHX
UNIV.SHX
UNIVCH.SHX
UNIVCL.SHX
UNIVH.SHX
UNV-B.SHX
UNV-BO.SHX
UNV-BT.SHX
UNV-H.SHX
UNV-HO.SHX
UNV-HT.SHX
UNV-L.SHX
UNV-LO.SHX
UNV-LT.SHX
UNV-O.SHX
UNV-T.SHX
UNV.SHX
URM-O.SHX
URM-T.SHX
URM.SHX
VAG-B.SHX
VAG-BO.SHX
VAG-BT.SHX
VAG-O.SHX
VAG-T.SHX
VAG.SHX
VERTICAL.SHX
whgdtxt.shx
whgtxt.shx
whtgtxt.shx
whtmtxt.shx
X-HLVL1D.SHX
X-HLVL1S.shx
X-HLVM1D.SHX
x-opta1d.shx
X-OPTA1O.SHX
X-OPTA1S.shx
X-OPTA2S.SHX
x-timr1d.shx
X-TIMR1O.SHX
X-TIMR1S.SHX
X-TIMR2D.SHX
X-TIMR2O.SHX
X-TIMR2S.SHX
X-TIMR3D.SHX
X-TIMR3O.SHX
X-TIMR3S.SHX
XOPTA1.SHX
ZCH-O.SHX
ZCH-T.SHX
ZCH.SHX
ZORBAGNL.SHX

Red333
6th Dec 2009, 01:09 am
Hey man, I know this is an old post but I'm glad I found it. I'm always looking for new font styles. One question though, is there any way to preview them before I download it?

tzframpton
6th Dec 2009, 09:03 am
Na, it's just a ton of fonts that my company has accumulated through the years. Sorry. :(

Coosbaylumber
18th Jan 2010, 05:39 pm
You have any of the .SHP types in that array?

Wm.

eldon
18th Jan 2010, 05:43 pm
You have any of the .SHP types in that array?

Wm.

What was it that you could not read in my replies to your other thread?

Use DUMPSHX, then you would have all the SHP files that you could want.

mdbdesign
18th Jan 2010, 06:22 pm
Styk : what language is on login box?

tzframpton
18th Jan 2010, 06:30 pm
Styk : what language is on login box?
PHP but it's a freebie program, I didn't write it. Want a link?

mdbdesign
18th Jan 2010, 06:36 pm
No, just looks like Polish version.
Just curious. Thank you.

Coosbaylumber
19th Jan 2010, 05:01 pm
What was it that you could not read in my replies to your other thread?

Use DUMPSHX, then you would have all the SHP files that you could want.


I think am using a computer that does not have the dumpshx upon it. I did a search, and Na-da came up. It may still be on original CD-ROM for got an Acad loading here without all the bells and whistles. Got autocad up and running without the tutor and bunch of items in 30% of the full boat-load time. Took the CUSTOM loading not one of the other options with everything. Which is why is may still be upon the ROM then.

Wm.

eldon
19th Jan 2010, 05:31 pm
I think am using a computer that does not have the dumpshx upon it. I did a search, and Na-da came up. It may still be on original CD-ROM for got an Acad loading here without all the bells and whistles. Got autocad up and running without the tutor and bunch of items in 30% of the full boat-load time. Took the CUSTOM loading not one of the other options with everything. Which is why is may still be upon the ROM then.

Wm.

We seem to be going round and round in circles here.

Did you read my mention of Express Tools?

Have you got Express Tools on your computer? and if not, why not. That is the first step.

MichaelJ07
1st Apr 2010, 04:38 am
Stykface, thanks for the fonts. I appreciate your effort and your time. I found what I was looking for.

M

noblest
27th Apr 2010, 05:11 pm
Stykface, having a problem getting past the login. Is that for your web-site Tannarzane com or this forum? So confused...

ReMark
27th Apr 2010, 05:27 pm
It's his website. What seems to be the problem.

noblest
27th Apr 2010, 06:00 pm
Of course I'm not registered on it and don't have a password, but I cannot find out how to register. I've sent him a contact submittal from the site. I'll see what that gets me.

I'm looking for Helvetica Neue.shx font for autocad. its the official font of a company i'm doing work for. Any help would be appreciated.

ReMark
27th Apr 2010, 06:07 pm
The Username and Password were provided in the very first post in this thread by the StYkMaN himself. That's all you need. Go look and then try again.

noblest
27th Apr 2010, 06:10 pm
Doh.... Too much on the brain today! Thanks.

tzframpton
27th Apr 2010, 11:03 pm
Thanks for the help, Mark. :wink:

ReMark
27th Apr 2010, 11:04 pm
StyK! You're alive! Thank God.

Just trying to lead a lost soul to the promised land.

You're welcomed.

Ricardo222
13th May 2010, 11:13 pm
Na, it's just a ton of fonts that my company has accumulated through the years. Sorry. :(

Stykface, you earned your status as a "deity" today, thank you.
Was sent an important .dxf that I needed now and it wouldn't open due to lack of a particular .shx file.
Googled the filename, came up with your site...did the appropriate things and the drawing is now functional.
So I signed up so I can thank you...
Cheers

ustubi
4th Jun 2010, 12:34 pm
saol cok yardimci oldun /... eline saglik

ReMark
4th Jun 2010, 02:27 pm
saol cok yardimci oldun /... eline saglik

Translated means "Styk...you saved my a** today. Thanks man!":lol:

Scott Halsey
24th Jul 2010, 06:41 pm
I just had to relaod my CAD and my shadow.shx file does not show as a shadow font. How do I go about down loading the shx files that you have listed.

Cad64
24th Jul 2010, 07:21 pm
It's pretty self explanatory, isn't it? :unsure:

1. Click on the link
2. Enter the Username and Password that are provided
3. Click the Log In button
4. Download your fonts

Brockster
11th Aug 2010, 05:08 pm
Thanks for the missing fonts.

uday21cad
7th Sep 2010, 04:28 am
I tried given your URL and use your given username and password but password is invalid so can't open it.

Cad64
7th Sep 2010, 06:02 am
Works just fine for me. Are you sure you typed in the username and password correctly?

uday21cad
7th Sep 2010, 06:28 am
Hi,

It is my mistake that i did not fill correct user name and password, finally it is done.

Thanks a lot..

ReMark
7th Sep 2010, 10:46 am
O.I.E. - Operator Induced Error. Happens all the time.

midhem
27th Mar 2011, 04:44 am
I guess I am new to understand exaxtly how to download the fonts.

Can you give me Step by Step instructions for downloading to AutoCAd 2007?
I did download the fonts and put them in the FONTS folder. But when I wanted to use them, for some reason I can not see them in the fonts list as I want to creat a text.

THANKS for your patience on this.

jabwocky
15th Oct 2011, 07:17 pm
Thanks for the link, got caught up in converted a drawing by somebody else, and REALLY needed a .SHX font, thanks for having those up !! :thumbsup:

tzframpton
16th Oct 2011, 05:48 am
Glad it's still serving its purpose. :thumbsup:

krosnest
17th Nov 2011, 12:02 am
Have you ever seen a font that will make the first letter of all words capital? (Title Case)

jabwocky
17th Nov 2011, 12:26 am
No, but there is a <shift> key that does that ;)

gaspras
20th Jan 2012, 04:01 pm
For some reason i cant access the website. I get the following error:
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tzframpton
20th Jan 2012, 04:13 pm
I'll look into it this weekend. My friend who hosts my site transferred servers a week ago and we're still working out the kinks. Check back after the weekend. :)

gaspras
26th Jan 2012, 05:24 pm
Hello Stykface!! I still cant access the file.

tzframpton
26th Jan 2012, 05:41 pm
Hello Gaspras!!! Haven't had time to troubleshoot, sorry. :(

gaspras
27th Jan 2012, 03:21 am
Thanks! Please let me know when the site is up. Is the file big? i can send you my email address and maybe you can email it to me.

Thanks

-Gaspras

losbarrilesdesigns
11th Feb 2012, 09:24 pm
Hi there, do you happen to know how i can open a SHX fonts to edited it? It's missing "( )" it uses them as (=3/4" & )=5/8"... any help would be much aprreciated.

ReMark
11th Feb 2012, 11:30 pm
What font are you using?

losbarrilesdesigns
16th Feb 2012, 03:39 am
I believe it the ARCH or ARCH01 they do not have "( )" Parathesis and i thought i could put them in but could not find a program to open the font file. Great Fonts by the way....

eldon
16th Feb 2012, 09:39 am
but could not find a program to open the font file.

The .SHX files are compiled, so are difficult to work with unless you are a computer. Humans have to work with .SHP files. Have a look in Express Tools, and there is a programme that works from your OS command line which converts .SHX files to .SHP files. :D

barbshays
18th Feb 2012, 04:13 pm
Hello Gaspras!!! Haven't had time to troubleshoot, sorry. :(

Just posting in case there are updates to this thread about when these files will be accessible again. This collection would be great resource (especially for those w/new computers at work who didn't manage to get everything off the old ones before having it retrieved by IT :oops:)

tzframpton
18th Feb 2012, 05:47 pm
Resolved (for now). I edited my 1st post. Please refer back to the original post for the new link. :)

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tzframpton
29th May 2012, 03:55 pm
Looks like too many people have been downloading from my site. Try again next month (which is in three days). :)

BMON
17th Sep 2015, 01:28 am
tzframpton, might you be able to email your .zip file with the .shx autocad fonts. I'm in need of the cyrillic.shx files.

Thanks

tzframpton
17th Sep 2015, 03:00 pm
tzframpton, might you be able to email your .zip file with the .shx autocad fonts. I'm in need of the cyrillic.shx files.

ThanksAs requested: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4989089/Fonts.zip

BMON
17th Sep 2015, 04:43 pm
Thank you tzframpton!

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 02:32 am
I would love to add some fonts, where can I get these? is there an easy way to download?

tzframpton
23rd Oct 2015, 03:40 pm
I would love to add some fonts, where can I get these? is there an easy way to download?Click the link in the first post.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 07:12 pm
Found it, thanks hope this works

tzframpton
23rd Oct 2015, 07:13 pm
Do you see where it says "Page 6 of 6" just below my post? Click "First" which will take you to the first page. Now read the very first post, and you'll notice a link that you click and it will begin the download.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 07:17 pm
ok I have my virtual xp open and ready to open the zip. where should I send them?

tzframpton
23rd Oct 2015, 07:19 pm
Read here please:

http://www.cadforum.cz/cadforum_en/how-to-install-a-new-font-in-autocad-tip7444

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 07:19 pm
Do I drop them into the operating system or in the fonts folder of AC

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 07:25 pm
The fonts belong in AutoCAD's own font folder since I believe none of them is a TrueType font. TrueType fonts would normally be installed in the Windows fonts folder.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 07:37 pm
I placed them in that folder, but none show up when I edit my text.

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 08:27 pm
Did you close AutoCAD before putting the fonts in the folder?

If you did when you restarted AutoCAD and opened up your drawing did you use the STYLE command to load one of the fonts?

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 08:29 pm
I want to say, noooo

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 08:34 pm
Close then reopen AutoCAD. Then use the STYLE command to load one of the fonts. Simple.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 08:35 pm
I closed ac, dropped all the files into the font folder, launched ac and went into my drawing to edit the text and the Multiline text editor does not show the new fonts.

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 08:40 pm
You did unzip them first did you not?

Twice now I have told you to use the STYLE command to load a font. Did you not read that part?

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 08:46 pm
I read it, when I open text style box the style name is standard I don't know what you mean I guess. I have never had this much trouble before. I download fonts from other sites and have them in my list so if you can talk me thru this I would appr.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 08:47 pm
and yes I unzipped them first.

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 08:56 pm
I'm guessing you are a real newcomer to AutoCAD. AutoCAD is not like other Windows based programs. The user has to use the STYLE command to load a font. So get your fingers down to the keyboard and type the word STYLE or pick it from the menu bar at the top of your screen (see Draw > Text). I'm guessing that after the STYLE command dialog box opens you'll be needing additional help?

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 08:58 pm
This is what the dialog box looks like.

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ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 09:03 pm
Now create a New style.

Start by clicking on the New button on the right hand side.

Give your new style a name.

Then click the OK button.

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ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 09:09 pm
Your new style should now be listed on the left.

Use the black down-pointing arrow, to the right of where the Font Name is displayed, to scroll through the available fonts and pick the one you want. In my example I picked a font (not one that ships with AutoCAD) called ufroman4. Click on the button Set Current and answer Yes to the question in the pop up screen. Got all that?

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ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 09:12 pm
After you've done that last step above Close the TextStyle dialog window and test your new font.

I'm guessing your next question is going to be about MultiLine Text.

How many tutorials have you gone through here at CADTutor or at another AutoCAD related help site?

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 09:19 pm
I learned on version13 so not so new user. Just never had to load like this before. box is open whats next please

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 09:25 pm
You mean Release 13 or AutoCAD 2013?

This method has been around longer than you have been alive most likely. Fonts have never magically loaded themselves in AutoCAD unless an enterprising guru worked it all out using a custom lisp routine.

I posted all the steps already. You certainly know how to be selective in what you read.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 09:35 pm
Yes release 13. At that same time I was also taking CadKey, and Cadkey solids. From there I took ProE and trying to learn 4 programs at once was a bit challenging. My application for AutoCad was a bit unusual and really had no need for using new fonts. I would receive Catia files from Auto makers and create films of Auto appliques. I used their files and never had to add text or change text, So please excuse my ignorance. As far as other fonts, really I never had to do all this, so I don't know what to tell you. I also use solidworks and when you use one program more than another, it can be confusing.

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 09:39 pm
I skipped Release 13 (unlucky number anyway). Release 14 was one of the best releases ever.

Well AutoCAD does not go out of its way to make things as effortless as some would like. I remember CadKey. It was developed in my home state so you are probably a bit older than I first thought.

Well, did you finally get what you needed?

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 09:50 pm
when I signed up for the class I bought the book for v13 and two weeks into the class we got 14. I was the only female in the class and I helped many of the men. I had cadkey for about 4 months so some of it was easy but backwards. I went back and read the links you posted, not much info, but I think I have figured it out. in the text style you open the pull down in font name, choose one and click apply? Thanks for you help. I now use AutoCad for designing digitized quilting using poly lines and creating patterns. So i am not a typical user.

ReMark
23rd Oct 2015, 09:57 pm
Not much info? Really? Screenshots WITH directions! You are one tough customer.

Quilting is not something I'm likely to be doing any time soon. Hiking, motorcycling, gardening and reading are more my style.

tzframpton
23rd Oct 2015, 10:03 pm
By chance you didn't place them in the Windows Fonts folder did you?

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 10:03 pm
wow, if there is all of that, I never saw it. that sure would have been helpful. The stuff i saw was this. How to install a new font in AutoCAD?
A - answer AutoCAD supports two basic types of fonts - a) its own native SHX fonts and b) Windows system TTF (TrueType) fonts.
a) A SHX font is installed just by copying the respective .SHX file into the AutoCAD Fonts folder - e.g. C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD 2014\Fonts. AutoCAD also support PostScript fonts but PostScript fonts (.PFB) have to be first compiled to SHX using the COMPILE command.

b) A TrueType font (.TTF) cannot be added to AutoCAD just by copying - this Windows system font has to be installed into Windows. In the "Windows Control Panels" (WinXP/Vista) choose Fonts and in the File menu select Install new font. In Windows 7/8/10 just drag the TTF file to this Fonts window or right-click on the TTF file and choose Install.

After that you can use the new font in the AutoCAD STYLE dialog.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 10:10 pm
I did not put them int the window folder. I still have no clue how to use them. I press apply but when I do a text edit, they are not in the list.

tzframpton
23rd Oct 2015, 10:37 pm
Type OPTIONS at the command line and follow these four steps indicated in the screenshot to find the font folder for AutoCAD. Place all the files in this directory by browsing to this location in Windows Explorer. Do not place them in a folder and do not place the ZIP file here. Drag/drop all of the files contained within the ZIP file into this folder only.

Now, restart AutoCAD if you have it opened. Now all the fonts will be available for you to create a new Text Style. Beyond this help I do not think we can do anything else to help you. This is as basic as it gets.
http://i.imgur.com/xirSaIS.png

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 11:00 pm
sure wish I could send you screen shots so I could show you what I mean. Some how we are not on the same page. Not crazy or stupid. and I have done just as you described above. have you ever heard of the font. A yummy apoligy or brush stroke? Those are in my list of fonts.

joyyoj
23rd Oct 2015, 11:49 pm
I found this on a different forum so I guess it isn't me after all. SHX fonts do not appear in Mtext drop-down list

ReMark
24th Oct 2015, 11:19 am
The posts with my screenshots are numbers 67, 68 and 69. Are you saying you cannot see the images I attached?

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 03:14 pm
yes I know, I loaded them. I can not get any of the fonts from here to show up in my mtext

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 03:18 pm
Nope, none of that was coming up yesterday. I will see if any of that makes sense and works.

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 03:24 pm
yes Eldon, my editor shows both types of fonts, that is not the problem, I can not get the new fonts that this site offers to show up in my text editor. Mark was implying I was unable to understand how this works and I just was stating that I did cuz I have other fonts than the standard default fonts.

ReMark
24th Oct 2015, 03:59 pm
Either you put the fonts in the wrong folder or you are doing something wrong when it comes to loading fonts via the STYLE command's Text Style dialog window. Those are the only two good reasons that would explain your dilemma.

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 04:19 pm
I have tried it again this morning. found one of your fonts started a NEW style, renamed it Patty and applied. Went to Mtext edit and it is not in the list. I DID PUT THEM IN THE RIGHT FOLDER. If I had put them in the wrong folder I would not be able to see them in font name list? I found today where you asked me about MTEST, but I did not see your reply or suggestions to that. I appreciate all your help and I am sure you are just as frustrated as I am, but this forum does not keep things in order and the email alerts don't notify you of ever response.

ReMark
24th Oct 2015, 04:29 pm
MTEXT. Forget MTEXT for now. Test using just the plain TEXT command.

Did you set the style as CURRENT as I also mentioned?

Where do you live?

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 04:50 pm
yes I set as current. I live in Kewaskum WI. I have my book and I will look up the section on fonts. I also have downlaaded true type fonts and may just call it done. Never thought I would spend a whole day trying to get this to work.

ReMark
24th Oct 2015, 05:01 pm
FORGET MTEXT!!!

Can you get the style of font that you supposedly loaded to appear when using the regular, single line, TEXT command? Yes or No?

What new font did you load?

Attach a copy of the drawing you are working on to your next post. Not an image file but an actual DWG file. Hurry, I have chocolate to make.

Cad64
24th Oct 2015, 05:35 pm
this forum does not keep things in order

It doesn't? I see every post in the order they were posted. Can you provide a screenshot of what you see?

ReMark
24th Oct 2015, 05:47 pm
I think it's a matter of selective reading which I referred to earlier in one of my posts. Maybe Joy quickly scans for a key word or phrase and skips over the rest.

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 06:27 pm
I think it's a matter of selective reading which I referred to earlier in one of my posts. Maybe Joy quickly scans for a key word or phrase and skips over the rest.

I don't wish to be insulted any longer. I was following your instructions as I saw them. On my screen only 4 posts show at a time. there were many threads that did not show . I told you at the start I use Mtext and that is where I hoped to use the new fonts. Thanks for your help and I imagine this was as frustrating for you as it was for me. Funny you seem to have selective reading as well.

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 06:31 pm
Cad64 could you email me please at joyyoj@charter.net

Cad64
24th Oct 2015, 06:52 pm
You can send me a private message if you wish, just click on my name and select "Private Message". But if you're just trying to find a solution to your problem, I recommend continuing to post here in this thread.

If you're having trouble seeing more than 4 posts at a time, go into your Settings > General Settings > Thread Display Options and change the setting for "Number of Posts to Show Per Page" to "Use Forum Default".

Cad64
24th Oct 2015, 06:57 pm
I would also recommend that you post your drawing file here, as ReMark suggested. Just make sure to run the ETRANSMIT command to create a .zip file containing everything related to your drawing. You will need to go into the "Transmittal Setup" and make sure "Include Fonts" is selected before creating the transmittal .zip file. If we have your file and your fonts it will be much easier to diagnose the problem.

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 07:19 pm
I renamed it patty

eldon
24th Oct 2015, 07:38 pm
It shows up for me as a proxy font.

tzframpton
24th Oct 2015, 07:44 pm
Eldon nailed it.

Joy, please refer to these screenshots. You do have everything working based on this screenshot:
http://i.imgur.com/aCUt17m.png

But, your "MTEXT" has some weird crazy Proxy override shown here:
http://i.imgur.com/ukwl1l7.png

Fix the proxy issue.

Wow, what a fiasco this was.

eldon
24th Oct 2015, 07:50 pm
MText does not seem to be able to do what you want. Stick with ordinary text.

I exploded the Mtext and changed the style to Patty.

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 07:55 pm
Second try

joyyoj
24th Oct 2015, 07:57 pm
That is what I have been trying to say.

eldon
24th Oct 2015, 08:18 pm
Back at post #62
I closed ac, dropped all the files into the font folder, launched ac and went into my drawing to edit the text and the Multiline text editor does not show the new fonts.

From the help file:-


Display Proxy Fonts

For third-party or custom SHX fonts that have no TrueType equivalent, AutoCAD substitutes one of several different TrueType fonts called proxy fonts. In the Multiline Text Editor dialog box, proxy fonts have a different appearance from the fonts they represent to indicate that they are substitutions for the fonts used in the drawing.

Custom SHX fonts do not appear in the list on the Character tab in the Multiline Text Editor dialog box. If you want to format characters by assigning one of these fonts, first create a text style that uses the font and then apply that text style to the characters.


Maybe the fonts that you have downloaded previously were TT fonts, which are much better behaved.