If you're looking for a particular font, please do NOT e-mail me asking for it, if I
have it, it's already on our site. As you might know, there's to many fonts out on the net
for us to know all the names and were to find it. A tip is that you should go to
a font forum and ask for the font, then your font request will be read by more people.
It's called "Inkburrow" and can be downloaded in the "I" section or press here
to do a search to find the font.
To start the download you press on the example of the font.
After that a new window pops up and ask you if you whant to save the file or open it.
Choose to save the file on disc, and then you have to choose where to save the font.
You can save it where you want, but remember where you have saved it, it's importent
to know in the installation. Then press OK and the download starts.
After downloading the zip file(s) use a zip utility such as
to unzip the file(s).Then, click on the 'Start' button:
Then, go to 'Settings', then 'Control Panel' and double click on 'Fonts'.
Now, choose 'File' and 'Install New Font'. Finally, remember where you unzipped
the font(s) and go to that directory. Select the font(s) and choose 'OK'.
Note: The whole procedure might seem long and hard but after the first few times,
you'll get used to it.
You need to download the PC to Mac Font Converter
(you can get it in the MAC
Then download the PC fonts you wish to use. Note that all fonts are in ".zip"
compressed format when you download them. They will need to be decompressed
before conversion, using either ZipIt 1.3.8 or Stuffit Expander.
They can be downloaded from http://www.macdownload.com
and many Mac shareware sites.
After you have them decompressed, open the PC font(s) in the converter and change
them to Mac fonts. Once done, install them in your Mac's system by doing the following:
First, double-click the startup disk to open it (the startup disk icon is usually
in the top-right corner of the desktop.) If your system has more than one disk,
open the disk that contains the active System Folder. This is called the Startup Disk.
Second, drag the font you want to install to your closed 'System Folder' icon
(not to an open 'System Folder' window). You will most likely get a message box
that asks if you want to put the font in the 'Fonts' Folder, just click okay.
Then you will get a message that says this font will not be available to currently
running applications until they have quit. Finally, click okay and you're done.
This will place the font in the 'Fonts' folder where it belongs.