Hey guys I've had some troubles with getting fonts to work in Libre and I am completely stumped.
I have this Cannonball design for my shop and I wanted to be able to cut out the words "Cannonball Welding" in our font. So I downloaded the font in an OpenType font file and converted it to TTF file. From here I used the TTF2LLF converter and successfully converted my file to llf.
You can see here that I named the file LibreCADunispace.llf which I later found out that you can't have capitol letters in the font file name so I renamed it as unispace.llf which also didn't work. Both times the font file would not show up under the list of fonts.
I ditched all of that and tried an image to dxf file converter and wrote out the text in word and converted it. It lost all of its clarity.
As a last attempt I tried adobe illustrator. I typed it in adobe illustrator and used their "export as dxf file" option and just typed it there. This finally got my font onto librecad but I was unable to manipulate it and ended up being not apart of the dxf file.
Hopefully this all makes sense and if anyone has any ideas or suggestions I am all ears.
(if it wasn't already apparent I am a very new cad user)
Here is the file I got closest with: ###LibreCannonballv2.dxf
Here is my llf file: unispace.llf