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  1. I like using _ChooseFont(), however I'd prefer not to let a user link to the Internet (Show more fonts) and would like to get rid of Script: as circled in the screen shot below. I've looked into Misc.au3 where _ChooseFont() is located and I can't find "Show more fonts" or "Script:". It looks like Gary Frost (gafrost) wrote it. I am not at all familiar with Dll structures and was hoping to just comment out the code that dealt with "Show more fonts" and "Script:". My search on the forum came up empty on how to do this. Even WeMartiansAreFriendly's code seems to show the unwanted elements (https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/80288-_fontselect/?tab=comments#comment-577724). I feel like a babe in the woods, so my first question is can this be done without me creating my own version of ChooseFont? If so, can someone point the way?
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