Re: Mac help to install Annatar please!!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "machhezan"
> I've opened the download (automatic unzipping), so a folderI think I need 'Installing Annatar on Mac for dummies'.
> appeared. In this folder there are four ttf-files, which I've put
> into the folder macintosh HD/library/fonts. Then I could use the
> fonts e.g. in Apple Works or in any other application.
I trashed the files and downloaded again, which automatically
unzipped. I went to the HD, found a folder called fonts, tried to put
the four ttf files in there but when I tried to open them I got the
message " cannot be opened as there is no sample for it".
Now I'm really confused. Your advice sounded like it should
have worked. Any suggestions?
Thaedich nin! (er..is there a word for 'please'?)
- On Feb 3, 2004, at 3:19 PM, aranelwen wrote:
> I trashed the files and downloaded again, which automaticallyI'm assuming you're using OS X? If so, then all you need to do is copy
> unzipped. I went to the HD, found a folder called fonts, tried to put
> the four ttf files in there but when I tried to open them I got the
> message " cannot be opened as there is no sample for it".
the fonts into either HD/Library/Fonts or ~/Library/Fonts. Then open
up your favorite text application and switch the font to one of the new
ones. You might also have to check them out with FontBook. I'm not
sure if that's necessary though.
Let us know if you figure it out.
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- First off: GREAT FONT! It's beautiful! I love it!
Now, for my question:
Isn't "Annatar" the name Sauron used when he was tricking
Celebrimbor and the other Elves of Eregion into making the
Rings of Power?
Or did you choose it deliberately because of the way it so
beautifully captures the One Ring lettering?
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