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?
another more workable option is change your settings in prefs not to use the word processor and just use the old school text editor use the rsc font you have to..
its very much quicker to load ... you can even set up a script to toggle it to text editor and set the font of choice and text height ,level , colour, line length, spacing and justification
all mostley 2 letter keyins etc just like did before the word processor existed...add this to a F key or a simple macro like macro adot ( this would run it as a keyin)
you can find a lot of the old keyins for things if you search 55menu.dgn turn off fills and you should see the keyins inside the boxes and icons..
This was the old digitisor menu ... loads of gems in there and most still work...
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. To further update should he be working on an ADOT project: the font.rsc file to be used is not the one that comes from Bentley. It is located in the ADOT standards directory structure.