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Did you try opening the folder, copying the font in, and double-clicking on
the font?
That does it for me, sometimes. My older IBM lets me install fonts that way,
but this computer is somewhat finicky about what fonts it will and won't
accept. I've never been able to get the tiri'n or tengwar fonts to work, for
instance. :\

-Kendra
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen DeGrace" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: Yivrian font


> --- In conlang@y..., John Cowan <jcowan@R...> wrote:
> > Christophe Grandsire scripsit:
> [..]
> > > Maybe you should go to the Start menu, choose
> Settings and then Control P=
> > > anel
> > > (I just hope you have that ;))) ). There there
> should be at least somethi=
> > > ng
> > > about fonts... Maybe a "Add New Font" thing
> instead of a simple shorcut t=
> > > o the
> > > Fonts directory... But it's just a wild guess,
> since I never used Windows=
> > >  95...
> >
> > In win95 you have to open the fonts directory from
> the control panel and
> > not directly in order to get the "Install New Fonts"
> option under File.
> > It looks like just a plain Explorer window but it
> isn't.
>
> Arrgh, it won't let me! Or, well, it will let me open
> the fonts folder from the control panel, but there is
> still no "Install New Font" option anywhere!! But I
> think this computer may be rather messed up. Anyway, I
> guess I'll just not be able to see the script until I
> can get my hands on a better machine :(. Thanks guys
> for trying to help...
>
> Stephen
>
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