Adding your own custom text.

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OK after a few requests, I have added a dialog that will pop up pre-populated with the line “the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog”

dialog

Just replace the default text with your custom text and click the OK button.

dialog

The script will start to build a catalogue.

To try out the new version click here.

6 Responses to “Adding your own custom text.”

  1. Alfonso de Tomás Says:

    Thank you very much for your attention.

    I’ll write a (second) review on my page.

    Best regards

  2. Melanie Says:

    I’ve tried the original one found in Adobe Exchange, and this one posted here. I can’t get the script to run on Windows 7 with CS5. The box to add my own custom text came up just fine, but after that it says “font family not available”. Java script error number 15875. Is there something I should be doing differently?

  3. admin Says:

    Melanie, I’m not aware of any issues with Windows 7 but I am only running Vista here. I will be posting a new version in a couple of days that will allow you to select the ID fonts folders as the source of fonts. This will highlight if one of the system fonts is causing the error or not.

  4. Melanie Says:

    Awesome, Thanks!

  5. joe Says:

    I get the same issue as well. i have removed blackoakstd.otf as stated in the readme. running on both w7 and xp. cant wait to use it!

  6. Philip Harper Says:

    This is such a great script extremely useful, thanks for sharing and making this possible.
    Just a couple of suggestions if I may…

    1) Option to change the name of the font to actually be the font. Rather than Times New Roman.
    2) Option to include the [Path:/Users…] personally, I don’t need that information.
    3) Option to ignore missing characters—instead of ‘spaces’ or that box that represents nothing, it would be be cool just to ignore it.

    —This is a really great script, thanks again!

    Philip

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