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Is it possible to draw with a custom font in a
Java applet? Is there any classes in the Java JDK which I should use to implement this?
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There is no class to draw a font, or to import some sort of custom font.  (You have to write your own).

One method I used (that worked reasonably well), was to load
a gif image of a font, slice it up into pieces, and treat each
character of the font as a different image.
(Read up on PixelGrabber.)

I took it one step further, and make 16 copies of the font, and put them through a ColorMaskFiler to have the standard 16 ANSI colors.

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