New in version 0.3.0.
Font is an object which takes the
path of font file,
color, and whether to use
antialiasing. If you want to use font by its name rather
than the file path, use TTFQuery package. The font path resolution by its
name is a very complicated problem to achieve.
- TTFQuery — Find and Extract Information from TTF Files
TTFQuery builds on the FontTools-TTX package to allow the Python programmer to accomplish a number of tasks:
query the system to find installed fonts
retrieve metadata about any TTF font file
this includes the glyph outlines (shape) of individual code-points, which allows for rendering the glyphs in 3D (such as is done in OpenGLContext)
lookup/find fonts by:
abstract family type
proper font name
build simple metadata registries for run-time font matching
- class wand.font.Font(path, size=0, color=None, antialias=True, stroke_color=None, stroke_width=None)¶
Font struct which is a subtype of
basestring) – the path of the font file
numbers.Real) – the size of typeface. 0 by default which means autosized
Color) – the color of typeface. black by default
bool) – whether to use antialiasing.
Color) – optional color to outline typeface.
numbers.Real) – optional thickness of typeface outline.
Changed in version 0.3.9: The
sizeparameter becomes optional. Its default value is 0, which means autosized.
Changed in version 0.5.0: Added
- property path¶
basestring) The path of font file.