I am writing a program in C, compiling it with Borland C++ 3.1
and using its BGI graphics library, but I find the available
functions leave much to be desired. What disturbs me most is
the poor fonts system, which really shows when you try to
enlarge a font. I could design my own fonts but that would only
solve the problem half-way. The trouble is that Borland's fonts
are defined as outlines consisting of straight lines, while
actually they should be filled areas with curved boundaries.
What I would really like would be an opportunity to use TrueType
fonts as they are provided with Windows, but I am not writing
the program for Windows nor do I have the Windows version of
Borland C++ available. I would want a generally more extensive
graphics library, too. If you can help me or point me to
another newsgroup/anything it would be much appreciated.