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A Tiling Script With Python Imaging Comments

You may have to remove the reference to the True Type Font ...

Comment by socrtwo
about A Tiling Script With Python Imaging Jun 2011

You may have to remove the reference to the True Type Font in the script with Windows 7. Windows 7 seems to handle fonts different than previous versions of Windows. Also even you have an earlier version, you may not have the font requested. Removing the line does not seem to effect the outcome in my test.