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Update README for acquiring impact font

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@@ -6,11 +6,12 @@ An RMagick-based two-caption meme generator.
## Install
-You'll need [ImageMagick](http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php) installed.
+You'll need [ImageMagick](http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php) and [ghostscript](http://www.ghostscript.com/) installed.
The easiest way is to use [Homebrew](https://github.com/mxcl/homebrew).
- brew install imagemagick
-
+ brew install ghostscript
+ brew install --build-from-source imagemagick
+
Then install the gem!
gem install memegen
@@ -23,13 +24,13 @@ To see a list of available images:
a_dog
p_obama
...
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To generate an image:
$ memegen a_dog "Eat Crayons" "Poop Rainbows"
/tmp/meme-1234567890.jpg
- $
-
+ $
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You only have to supply one piece of text:
$ memegen a_dog "" "AWESOME"
@@ -41,20 +42,20 @@ You can also use URLs for one time use memes:
$ memegen http://example.com/stupid.jpg "Generated" "From a URL"
/tmp/meme-1234567890.jpg
$
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## Adding your own images
You can add images to your local `~/.memegen` folder:
$ ls ~/.memegen
my_custom_image.png
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## Upload to Campfire
If you have a [Campfire](http://campfirenow.com/) account and token, you can automatically upload your image:
$ memegen a_dog "Hello" "Campfire world" --campfire
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It will prompt you for your subdomain, token, and room name the first time.
## Upload to GroupMe
@@ -62,9 +63,9 @@ It will prompt you for your subdomain, token, and room name the first time.
If you have a [GroupMe](http://groupme.com/) account and token, you can automatically upload your image:
$ memegen a_dog "Hello" "GroupMe world" --groupme
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It will prompt you for your phone number, password, and group id the first time. (your password will NOT be stored in plain text).
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## Bash completion
Source or copy `script/autocomplete.sh` inside `~/.bashrc` to get image name autocompletion.
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