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Re: How to create a Custom Font to be used with Custom Font Script

Post#8 by Pat625 » 17 Oct 2016, 01:51


Tin, I see that you used the Custom Font "Shattered" that Rod did using your script for the Gimp Learn icon. It really looks nice. Another use for the Custom Fonts done in Gimp.!!
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Post#9 by trandoductin » 17 Oct 2016, 01:56


Thanks Pat!
I want to have more rotating logos. If you'd like to contribute, just post your contribution to this thread -> GIMP LEARN GL logo rotating images
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Post#10 by Pat625 » 17 Oct 2016, 02:01


Do you want logos only? What are the size requirements?

Do you want different Banners also? Again, if so, what are the size parameters?
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Post#11 by trandoductin » 17 Oct 2016, 02:28


I described the size specs in the above link ... just different logos, I think i'll keep the head facing head as the banner for now.
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Post#12 by RJKD » 18 Oct 2016, 20:07


Good questions Pat. Well - I just could not get the script to run - until I realized my space had no space i.e..png Thank you T fro a great script
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Post#13 by tim » 18 Oct 2016, 20:16


Yes Rod forgot that if you check your Error Console it should give you a message like "space.png" not found or something similar.
btw i am not changing banner, just the logos GL in front of the title "GIMP LEARN" and the slogan "Where we can all learn from each other".
I have 2 reason one i want to keep the face facing the other face standard so people can identify and 2 well i just don't know how to change the whole banner :lol:
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Post#14 by RJKD » 22 May 2017, 18:48


Recently I read another member's post which said to use 'Font to layers' when creating a custom font. Can someone who know how best to do this please advise me. I quite typically screwed up at my last attempt and would really welcome a successful outcome with the next. Thankyou.
EDIT... I've worked out how to use the filters and in which order, so I think I'm good to go. :hammer_head:
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