Our Office just upgraded from AutoCAD 2007 to 2012.
We lost the font CG Omega along the way.
One of our staff found it on her computer and e-mailed it to me.
But instead of being one CG Omega.TTF, the e-mail broke it up into 4 separate TTFs.
CGOR45W, CGOR46W, CGOR65W, and CGOR66W.
I am hesitatant try these.
Why did that happen?
Read Ya Later -KLYPH
when I tried copying & pasting the font from my windows fonts directory, it pasted as 4 ttf flies with different names from what you posted. from the "font settings" panel on the side, it takes me to a control panel page where I can reset default font settings - something about hiding fonts that aren't in my language. Try resetting & seeing what happens. I can't seem to take the font & zip it to attach
Intel Xeon E5630@2.53Ghz
NVIDA Quadro NVS420 Dual Monitor
12GB Ram / Win7 Professional 64bit SP1
One of the guys here knew to send it to the Windows Font folder as you mentioned.
Copying the four files proved difficul; at times, the Font folder was hiding.
And, we had to restart AutoCAD before the 4 files folded into one CG Omega.
I don't think I could do it again without help.
Thanks for your help -KLYPH
Thanks for the link to the website.
However, I can't double click on a font that doesn't exist.
What I had to do was copy each of the four "CGOR45W..." files to my Desktop.
Then I could drag them to the Windows Font file, the one that kept "hiding" when I tried to copy them to it.
Then I had to reboot the computer.
Then CG Omega was a font.
Read Y'all Later -KLYPH