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I've been trying to add two fonts to my HUD entitled "M+ 1c medium" and "M+ 1c black" and I cannot get them to work. Yes, I know how to add fonts, and yes I'm sure I am doing it correctly, but for some reason it's just not working. I don't know if it has something to do with the fact that the font names have a symbol in them, but I've even tried changing the font names using Typograf and still couldn't get them to work, so I'm not sure this is the case. I'm completely lost, so any help would be appreciated.

I've been trying to add two fonts to my HUD entitled "M+ 1c medium" and "M+ 1c black" and I cannot get them to work. Yes, I know how to add fonts, and yes I'm sure I am doing it correctly, but for some reason it's just not working. I don't know if it has something to do with the fact that the font names have a symbol in them, but I've even tried changing the font names using Typograf and still couldn't get them to work, so I'm not sure this is the case. I'm completely lost, so any help would be appreciated.
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#2
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you should provide examples of your clientscheme and the font files

you should provide examples of your clientscheme and the font files
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#3
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I know they are defined correctly in the clientshceme, but heres the font I am referring to: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/M-1c

I know they are defined correctly in the clientshceme, but heres the font I am referring to: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/M-1c
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#4
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Try installing the font onto your system?

Try installing the font onto your system?
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harryTry installing the font onto your system?

I have.

[quote=harry]Try installing the font onto your system?[/quote]
I have.
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#6
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can we see your clientscheme though? it's the only thing that would cause a problem like this

prob not

can we see your clientscheme though? it's the only thing that would cause a problem like this

prob not
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kawaiican we see your clientscheme though? it's the only thing that would cause a problem like this

prob not

I'm positive it's correct. I've gone over it 8 times, so it has to be something else. I just don't know what it is.

[quote=kawaii]can we see your clientscheme though? it's the only thing that would cause a problem like this

prob not[/quote]
I'm positive it's correct. I've gone over it 8 times, so it has to be something else. I just don't know what it is.
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#8
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Here's a tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucnYBA2xYdo

Here's a tutorial [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucnYBA2xYdo[/youtube]
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Show the clientscheme.

Show the clientscheme.
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Defining the font:

"9"
{
"font" "resource/mMedium.ttf"
"name" "M+ 1c medium"
}
"10"
{
"font" "resource/mBlack.ttf"
"name" "M+ 1c black"
}

Random entry:

"ZimFontBold20"
{
"1"
{
"name" "M+ 1c black"
"tall" "20"
"additive" "0"
"antialias" "1"
}
}

Defining the font:

"9"
{
"font" "resource/mMedium.ttf"
"name" "M+ 1c medium"
}
"10"
{
"font" "resource/mBlack.ttf"
"name" "M+ 1c black"
}

Random entry:

"ZimFontBold20"
{
"1"
{
"name" "M+ 1c black"
"tall" "20"
"additive" "0"
"antialias" "1"
}
}
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#11
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Seems about right. I tried loading it in for myself but it wouldn't work for me either.

My best bet is that its just TF2/Source acting up. The same weird thing happen with OpenType fonts. Some work, some doesn't.

Another guess is the font is faulty in someway, probably the name got an excess space at the end of it, as in [M+ 1c black ].

Seems about right. I tried loading it in for myself but it wouldn't work for me either.

My best bet is that its just TF2/Source acting up. The same weird thing happen with OpenType fonts. Some work, some doesn't.

Another guess is the font is faulty in someway, probably the name got an excess space at the end of it, as in [M+ 1c black ].
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chippySeems about right. I tried loading it in for myself but it wouldn't work for me either.

My best bet is that its just TF2/Source acting up. The same weird thing happen with OpenType fonts. Some work, some doesn't.

Another guess is the font is faulty in someway, probably the name got an excess space at the end of it, as in [M+ 1c black ].

Thats what I was thinking. Oh well. Thanks.

[quote=chippy]Seems about right. I tried loading it in for myself but it wouldn't work for me either.

My best bet is that its just TF2/Source acting up. The same weird thing happen with OpenType fonts. Some work, some doesn't.

Another guess is the font is faulty in someway, probably the name got an excess space at the end of it, as in [M+ 1c black ].[/quote]
Thats what I was thinking. Oh well. Thanks.
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