Windows GDI+ understands only half of the fonts out there. Use the QGraphicsText class to work with the other half.
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You can always get the font name of one of your installed fonts. But what if the font is still not installed in the system and you want to know its name programmatically?
"Hot ComboBox" that dynamically loads and displays all fonts in the system (with each font name displayed in its own font)
Simple function to enable you to programmatically detect the user-selected font at runtime
Nifty little combobox control that lists all fonts on system and allows you to view each one's impact on test string
Wrapper class that greatly eases task of using fonts from within an application
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