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cadl for cadkey font

cadl for cadkey font

cadl for cadkey font

Hi, Does anyone have the cadl for cadkey99, that allows you to create true fonts, from cadkey notes?  This used to be a free download from cadkey website, but I cannot locate it.  Any help would be appreciated.

RE: cadl for cadkey font

Thanks for the response.
It could very well be called true text, it's been a while since I downloaded it.  Do you have any links?  Thanks in advance!

RE: cadl for cadkey font

What are you wanting to do with the notes?
I have True Text 99.

RE: cadl for cadkey font

You could make solids out of regular cadkey notes, making it easy to put identification on other solid models.

RE: cadl for cadkey font

That is what True Text does. It allows the original text to be either cut into or extruded out from the face of the part.

RE: cadl for cadkey font

Could you send it to me, or post it here?

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