Using GreekHouse fonts is easy.
Choose the font or fonts you to use. Add them to your shopping cart.
Place your order by checking out with your credit card or PayPal. Once you place your order you will get a confirmation page with links to download your files. You should also receive an email with the links in case you’re on a mobile device that doesn’t allow you to download. Check your spam folder if you don’t see an email after a short amount of time.
Once you download the links to your computer you will need to unzip the file(s). Most computers these days should be able to unzip these files. In most cases you will need to unzip the fonts to a folder or your desktop first before installing them to your fonts folder. For Macs you may need an utility like Stuffit Expander.
Install your fonts to your computer!
PC / Windows:
- Right click on the .TTF font file(s) and click Install. You can also drag the .TTF files from your desktop or folder to the C:/Windows/Fonts folder. You must unzip the zip files before doing so.
- Under Mac OS X 10.3 or above (including the FontBook)
Double-click the font file > “Install font” button at the bottom of the preview.
- Under any version of Mac OS X:
Put the files into /Library/Fonts (for all users),
or into /Users/Your_username/Library/Fonts (for you only).
- Under Mac OS 9 or earlier:
You may have to convert the font files (.ttf or .otf) you have downloaded.
Then drag the fonts suitcases into the System folder. The system will propose you to add them to the Fonts folder.
Start designing! TrueType fonts work great with many popular programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw and more.
The fonts should display as GreekHouse [font name] in your font drop down list. For example GreekHouse Collegiate Block. Visit https://www.inhismind.net/. If you don’t see a font in the list try closing your application and opening up again. This would be the case if you installed the font while the application was open.
The way most GreekHouse fonts work to get the Greek characters is by typing using UPPERCASE. Lowercase letters are usually for English characters.