Method XbpFont():configure() Foundation
Installs a font corresponding to the updated instance variable values of the XbpFont object.
:configure( [<cFontName>] ) --> self
This method returns the object executing the method (self).
After a font is created using the method :create(), the instance variables of the XbpFont object can be assigned new values that describe a different font. The method :configure() can then be used to load the new font into memory. Executing :create() is not necessary once the XbpFont object has created a font. After :configure() is called, the previous font is discarded and is no longer available.
As with the method :create() (see the :create() method for more information), a font name can be optionally passed as a character string defining the point size and the new font name.
|:codePage||Incorrect codepage may cause wrong characters to appear|
|:familyName||Determines general style of the font|
|:weightClass||May be simlulated by the OS, if an exact match cannot be found|
|:height||May be simlulated by the OS, if an exact match cannot be found|
|:nominalPointSize||May be simlulated by the OS, if an exact match cannot be found|
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