Thank you. I will definitely be more methodical next time and of
course will be more patient about seeing my "favorite fonts" when I do
a reinstall. Just goes to show, I hope, how enthusiastic I am about
NoteTab Pro that I installed it before Word!
I thought "A" fonts were Adobe fonts because I know Adobe installs
some with the "A" icon, but now I'm not sure. I had not installed
Adobe, so I was puzzled. I eventually realized they had an ".fon"
extension. So I found descriptions of ".fon" being bitmap or raster
fonts--which Adobe would need because it's readable across OS
platforms (and ".ttf" is an extension for Windows fonts.) Now I don't
know if I'm looking at the chicken or the egg. :)
Among websites with the defining references on ".fon":
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mike Hopkins" <ironmike@...> wrote:
> >It may have been a fault in how I "install" them (I do
> > a copy into the Windows font directory rather than using the Control
> > Panel "wizard") or it could be something else... Anyway, I looked for
> > the differences between what would show up and what wouldn't. No true
> > type fonts were showing up, only those with "A" attibutes (whatever
> > that is. Does anybody know?)
> To install and register in the registry a TruType font
> you should use the font installation wizard. Otherwise,
> the applications don't "know" that the font is there.
> Installing MS apps with included fonts adds them to
> the registry so they are available.
> Fonts with the 'A' logo are Adobe Type 1 fonts.
> Mike Hopkins
> ironmike AT inav.net