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I have a number of fonts that I have used with AutoCAD in the past, and would like to know how to make use of these fonts with Chief Architect. These fonts have a number of different names and a file extension of .shx. Can I use any of these .shx fonts in Chief Architect?
AutoCAD can use two different kinds of fonts: Windows TTF (TrueType) fonts and Native AutoCAD SHX (compiled Shape) fonts.
Chief Architect can make use of .TTF (TrueType) fonts, as well as .FON (Non-True Type) fonts. However, before Chief Architect can use them, they must be installed in the Fonts folder within your operating system.