ImageMagick: Error while running convert: convert: unable to read font

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I'm on Mountain Lion and installed ImageMagick using Homebrew
(minimagick is also in my Gemfile but I don't think that's relevant).
SimpleCaptcha uses it in a Rails app to create CAPTCHAs.


However, the image isn't created cause of this error:

/>Error while running convert: convert: unable to read font
`/usr/local/share/ghostscript/fonts/n019003l.pfb' @
convert: Postscript
delegate failed
`/var/folders/gd/n7rzfhkd5jd0ws8jnzsz34hr0000gn/T/magick-vzHHz4ZP': No
such file or directory @ error/ps.c/ReadPSImage/830.
convert: no
images defined

Looks like it is reading the wrong jpeg ibrary, but I have jpeg 7
installed. How do i tell ImageMagick to look up the right JPEG library
version(I don't care 62 or 70 as long as it works).

is the instruction i am following

Programming Languages

I am using Magick++ API of ImageMagick. I
cannot find out how to set up rendering svg to raster with my font.
this is my svg .

The goal is to achieve analog of

/>convert.exe -font C:FontsRoadSymbols.ttf C:ua_03.svg

but using Magick++

I tried to set up font like this:

/>Magick::Image svgImage("C:ua_03.svg"); />svgImage.magick("png"); />svgImage.font("@C:FontsRoadSymbols.ttf"); />svgImage.write("C:1.png");

But I had't got
required result.

Any ideas?

Programming Languages

I'm using aino-convert on a project and running into an issue I've
never seen before. I've taken the exact same code from another project
where I've used aino-convert, but it's blowing up with an ImageMagick
error in the new project. My template code looks like this:

/>{% thumbnail img.image "156x106" as thumb %}
src="{{ thumb }}" alt="{{ }}" />

that results in the following TemplateSyntaxError:

ExecuteException while rendering: Magick: invalid argument for option
`-resize': '156x106' @

I've tried
playing around with the

Web Design

when trying to upload an image locally through the CKeditor, in
Ruby on Rails, on a typical form page I get this error:

/>Started POST "/ckeditor/pictures?qqfile=logo.gif" for a
2013-01-25 11:14:58 -0800
Processing by
Ckeditor::PicturesController#create as */*
Command :: file -b --mime
"C:/Users/NFRIEN~1/AppData/Local/Temp/95f5f9bd14987c4ddf189dd0fcb085e0697486920130125-3708-1no0yu6" />[paperclip] Error while determining content type:
Command :: identify -format %wx%h
"C:/Users/NFRIEN~1/AppData/Loca/Temp/logo20130125-3708-1n5pmso.gif[0]" />Command ::
Development Tools & Services

I am trying to convert a PDF document into a PNG file using
ImageMagick command line tools from a ASP.NET website. I create a new
shell process and ahve it execute the following command:

/>convert -density 96x96 "[FileNameAndPath].pdf"

This runs well when
testing the website on my local machine with the ASP.NET Develeopment
Server of VS and the command also works well when manually entered
into the shell. When running from the programatically created shell in
ASP.NET there is the following error message:

Parameter - 96x96

Does anybody know why that

Programming Languages

I was trying to convert svg file to png file using ImageMagick. But
the font of all texts are not rendered correctly after converting. It
seems all the fonts are shown as "Arial" in png file. I used Batik
before and it works well. Now I want to use ImageMagic because Batik
is a little slow.

So how could I fix the font problem?
Any advises? Thanks.

Operating Systems

I'm calling the convert Imagemagick command-line program to
resize an image to a thumbnail size. Following the instructions

class="smallfont" style="margin-bottom:2px">Code:

-size 138x138 screenshot.jpg -resize 138x138 +profile "*"

And got this error:
style="margin:20px; margin-top:5px">
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