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Old 04-21-2006, 10:35 PM   #1
Registered: Jul 2005
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ttf->gdf converter

I couldn't find a php version of gimpy - so far the toughest captcha to crack. Sample can be found here. So I decided to make my own. The server I'm using supports gd of course, but unfortunately it doesn't have the Free Type library, so I can't use TrueType fonts, which would've allowed me to make the gimpy better because I can adjust the angle it's written at. I didn't know I couldn't use ttfs, so I uploaded some. I hope I can keep these and use them, so I'd like to know if anybody knew of any English ttf->gdf converters that allows me to control the size. Preferrably on Linux, but I can live win2k and winxp too.

Oh, here's my version:

Yeah, need to fix the radius so it's closer... Apparently 22 pixels was too far...


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