All fonts recognized by Windows have Font Names.
The Font Name is usually not the same as the font file name. Instead, it is contained in a field within that font file.
The Windows \FONTS folder lists TrueType fonts by their Font Names.
The font settings in WS#.INI tell Keystroke which font to use.
For a TrueType font, set the FontName parameter equal to the Font Name.
For a bitmap font, set the FontName and CustomFontName parameters to the Font Name. The FontFileRoot and FontExtension amy also need to be set.
Custom Fonts with Keystroke
Fonts with Fixed Character Spacing
Fonts: The OEM Character Set