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Downloaded fonts for OS10

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I developed a website on another computer that operated with OS10. On that website i used a certain downloaded font and it worked properly. Then when I transferred the files to my powerbook (that also operates on OS10) I downloaded that same font from the internet and installed it the exact same way. When I opened the font in fontbook all I saw were glyphs in the preview for that font. None of the applications on my computer will properly display that stupid font. I don't know if its something wrong with the font or my computer... Can some one tell me what I should do? How can I find out if OS10 doesn't support that certain font or if the font is just corrupt?.... :tazz:
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I would guess the download corrupted the font data.
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