HOWTO: Using TrueType Fonts in Java

SUMMARY

The java.awt.Font class represents a font in a platform-independent way.
This class restricts the programmer to using a small subset of the fonts
installed on a user's system. Microsoft's virtual machine exposes
a class to access all of the TrueType fonts installed on the user's system.

MORE INFORMATION

The com.ms.awt.FontX class provides access to all of the fonts that are
installed on the user's system. This class creates a new font with the
specified name, style, and point size. It is used to access system fonts on
the Microsoft Win32 platform not otherwise available in Java (for example,
the "symbol" font). This class is available only for the Microsoft virtual
machine.

Sample Code

   public AWTFontXDemo()   {      appFrame = new Frame("TrueType Font Demo");      appFrame.setLayout(new BorderLayout());      edit = new TextArea("Enter some text");      button = new Button("Change Font");      appFrame.add(edit,"Center");      appFrame.add(button,"South");      button.addActionListener(this);      appFrame.setSize(320,200);      appFrame.setVisible(true);   }   public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent ae)   {      UIFontDialog dialog = new      UIFontDialog(FxToolkit.getHelperUIFrame()); dialog.show(); FontX font = (FontX)dialog.getFxFont();      edit.setFont(font);      edit.repaint();   }}

REFERENCES

For support information about Visual J++ and the SDK for Java, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
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Id. de artículo: 184067 - Última revisión: 02/14/2017 - Revisión: 1

Microsoft Virtual Machine for Java, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 2.02, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 2.02, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 2.01, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 2.02, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 2.02, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 3.0, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 3.1, Microsoft Software Development Kit for Java 3.2

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