Looking For Raanana - Help!

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by GITANAJAVA, Mar 9, 2006.

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    GITANAJAVA

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    A couple of weeks ago, it was necessary to do an "Archive and Install" on my iBook G4 (ver. 10.3.9). Before doing it, I made sure my font book was in good working order and all "buttoned up". However, I only learned today that I've apparently lost for some Middle Eastern-style fonts that I had from Day 1 of buying my iBook new.

    Anyone know a free (sorry, I'm on a crash budget) source for these: __Raanana __Caliph __Monotype Corsiva

    And yes, I ran a thorough directory check, these fonts are gone.
     
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    GITANAJAVA

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    .....Still hoping some font wizard will drop by here and share some wizdom_______

    (1) Someone have these fonts? Know where to find them (free)?

    (2) Did you have these fonts on your original laptop? I did, but now they've evaporated. :(

    (3) NE1 have a similar today-the-font-is-here/now-it's-gone after an Archive and install? Preventive measures?

    Thanks ;)
     
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    mad jew

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    I don't know much about anything, let alone fonts, but maybe try using an app like Pacifist to get them off your OSX disks. Otherwise, have a look through your archived system folder (assuming you kept it) for these old fonts. :)
     
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    GITANAJAVA

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    Thanks, Mj...

    I'll check the Archived Sys Folder, I'm fairly certain I kept the original one. Even though fonts aren't your forte, finding MIA stuff IS among your many strengths. If I don't find the missing fonts, maybe one of the font wizards that visit here will drop by later.

    Best to you, 'ta! :)
     

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