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So called "hidden" fonts problem (win7 x64)

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Keeyu, Jan 8, 2011.

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  1. Keeyu

    Keeyu Thread Starter

    Jan 8, 2011
    Hi all and have a great new year [​IMG]

    I have a weird problem on a comp running win7 ultimate x64:
    I use virtualdub, mostly for hardsubbing
    When I first launch VirtualDub and access my subtitling plug-in (TextSub 2.23), all my installed fonts are showing and work just fine
    If I close VirtualDub and open it again, the system won't let me access the fonts, saying that they're hidden (but they're not: I double checked this in W7's settings)
    The fonts are still perfectly showing and working in everything else (Photoshop, ect...)
    The only way to get to the fonts in VDub again is to reboot the computer

    This is pretty annoying...

    Everything else works ok on the computer which does not seem to have any problems (viruses, ect...)
    The system has been recently installed (new comp built from scratch) and is using ESET security suite (not that it could interfere but to say I'm pretty sure it's not infected)

    Anyone has an idea on how to solve this?
    Thanks [​IMG]
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