Help on installing fonts on Mac OS 10.3.5
huntington.2 at OSU.EDU
Wed Nov 24 18:26:44 UTC 2004
The usual way to install fonts in the Mac is to find the Users folder
on the hard disk, open your user home (a silly little house icon for
home) it will have your user name on (mine is jhunting). open that
and go to library. from there go to the fonts folder -- Drag copy the
fonts you want to use to that folder.
If you have Administrator access to your machine. You can do it the
following way which is preferable. On the main hard disk first level
open the Library folder, go to Library and drag copy the font to the
fonts folder in there.
The newer versions of OS 10 allow this latter method freely however
some of the older versions are limited in access by the Unix OS
>I have exactly same problem. So if you answer to Madhav, could you
>also send a copy to me, please.
>On Nov 23, 2004, at 8:05 PM, Madhav Deshpande wrote:
>> For the past many years, I have been using an Apple G4
>>computer (OS 9.1), and using my fonts Madhushree and ManjushreeCSX
>>without any problems. Recently I acquired an iMac G5 computer that
>>runs OS 10.3.5 (Panther), and so far I have not been able to
>>install my old fonts or keyboard layouts on OS 10.3.5. I have too
>>many current projects that use these fonts and if I cannot load
>>them on to the new machine, it is practically useless for my
>>purposes. I am hoping that some of you who use my Mac fonts have
>>figured out how to use them on OS 10.3.5. If you have been
>>successful in using these fonts on OS 10.3.5, please let me know
>>how you did it. You can send a personal message to me
>>(mmdesh at umich.edu). Thanks in anticipation.
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