Adding New Fonts to Omber

It is possible to add new fonts to Omber, but the process is different depending on which platform you are running Omber on:

Adding New Fonts to Omber on Android

On Android, each app manages its own fonts, so you must add new fonts specifically for Omber. You can add .ttf and .otf TrueType and OpenType fonts to Omber by copying these font files to Omber's "fonts" directory. If you plug your Android device into a computer, you can find the fonts directory at either

  • Android/data/com.wobastic.omberlite/files/fonts
  • or Android/data/com.wobastic.omber/files/fonts

depending on which version of Omber you have installed. Simply put the font files for your new fonts there, and the fonts should appear in Omber when you restart it.

Adding New Fonts to the Web Version of Omber

You can load your own .ttf and .otf TrueType and OpenType fonts into the web version of Omber by following these steps:

  1. Choose the Text tool
  2. In the context panel, click on the current font family to open the font family drop-down menu
  3. The font family drop-down menu has a command for loading your own fonts
  4. Click on the "Load Font" button at the bottom of the drop-down menu
  5. Find the file for your font and open it
  6. You can now use the font in your drawing

Adding New Fonts to Omber on Windows

Omber directly uses the fonts that you have installed in Windows. To add a new font to Omber, simply install a new font in Windows. Then, restart Omber by exiting the program and starting it again. The new fonts should then appear.

Adding New Fonts to Omber on the Mac

Omber directly uses the fonts that you have installed on the Mac. To add a new font to Omber, simply install a new font in MacOS. Then, restart Omber by exiting the program and starting it again. The new fonts should then appear.


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