Windows GDI+ understands only half of the fonts out there. Use the QGraphicsText class to work with the other half.
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Add support for interactive curve drawing to your MFC app by dropping in theQBezierTracker class.
Tom Archer illustrates how you can use the TranslateTransform and ScaleTransform methods to invert and display the reflection of a string.
Tom Archer illustrates how the Matrix object and transforms enable you to draw horizontally or vertically sheared text.
Learn how to use GDI+ to render several 3D text effects, such as shadowed, blocked, embossed, and engraved text.
Tom Archer illustrates how the combination of Managed Extensions and GDI+ enable you to draw gradient and hatched text with only a few lines of C++ code.
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