Is there a way to make the text in the word processor show up in a standard font (not .rsc) so that it doesn't have to convert the .rsc font to a temporary true type font every time you edit the text? This happens the first time you edit text in a MicroStation session, but it can take up to a minute to open the word processor, and users sometimes think that the program is hung up.
Henk, I read your post (which gave me hope) and have added the variable but this had no effect on the word processor problem. It still hangs up and still shows the same font that is on the screen. Also, the MS_TMP folder (according to the variable) for my computer has only 4 files in it and a Prefs folder. Is there any other place or a particular file name I could look for that would have the Generated TTFonts?
The only real solution is to steer away from font.rsc type fonts and start replacing them with TTF that come with windows...
Find a font that looks best and globally replace the old font in the dgns with the TTF equivalent and train your users to abandon using none TTF.. with macro or vba and test styles dgn libs ....
its the only way forward and you enjoy a lot quicker loading as well as interoperational compatability with other programs and other users as well as clinents etc outside your company and workspaces...
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