Yes I have already changed in line 105. ===> the_ttftitle ();
Nevertheless, the change of the item or when saving as a draft article of the normal and will not be heading in the generated image is converted TTF.
On my other theme, the article title but as TTF screen - not only when Atahualpha
Soory for my bad english
QUOTE of TTFTitles Plugin
Template Tags (aka PHP Functions)
This plugin provided two template tags (i.e. PHP functions) for use in your theme files.
the_ttftitle ($before = "", $after = "", $echo = true, $style = "", $overrides = "")
This is a replacement for the_title and should be used when you want to display the title of a post. The first three arguments are the same as for the_title. The $style and $overrides arguments are common to all TTFTitles template tags and are described below.
You should not use the_ttftitle if you are inserting the title into an attribute of an HTML tag. It will break your pages. For example, a common idiom for displaying a post's title is:
<a href="<?php the_permalink() ?>" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to <?php the_title(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?></a>
In this case, you should replace the second the_title (i.e. the own that is actually shown) and not the first, which is use to fill in the 'title' attribute of the anchor tag. So, your result should look like this:
<a href="<?php the_permalink() ?>" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to <?php the_title(); ?>"><?php the_ttftitle(); ?></a>
the_ttftext ($text, $echo = true, $style="", $overrides="")
This is a more general text replacement tag. $text can be any string you want to replace with an image. For example, instead of displaying your blog's name with this:
<?php get_bloginfo('name'); ?>
You could use a nice text image with something like this:
<?php the_ttftext(get_bloginfo('name')); ?>
Important Note: In earlier versions of this plugin, the $echo argument was not present. When upgrading, please be careful of this if you are using either the $style or $overrides arguments. Sorry.