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rrausola
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Text File

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02-01-2013 08:34 AM

I have a text file that I have used in my Windows version of AutoCAD called hand2.shx (it looks like a hand lettered architectural font) that is not a standard text file that came with AutoCAD. I had to insert it into the text folder for it to work. Now when I open my drawings in my new AutoCAD 2013 MAC version the text style appears as a basic helvetica-looking font. How do I get my hand2.shx text to appear as hand lettered again? 

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maxim_k
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02-01-2013 01:05 PM in reply to: rrausola
Hi,

You have to put hand.shx file inside SXH folder inside AutoCAD,app. In order to find SHX folder you can right-click on AutoCAD.app and select "Show package contents" then in Finder window in Spotlight search field type SHX- this will bring necessary folder.

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