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You can use any .ttf font on your Symbian-powered smartphone, but make sure that the extension is â€˜.ttfâ€™ and not â€˜.TTFâ€™. Apparently, there is a difference, as I discovered. and then simply use any file manager (including the built-in one) to put the font files in C:/data/Fonts on your phone.
Now, open FontRouterMan, and press Options, Open Installed Fonts. Choose the C:/ drive, and youâ€™ll be presented with a list of available fonts. Simply choose the one you would like to use, then press â€˜Exitâ€™, and reboot your phone. You will now see the font used in place of the default system font!
FontRouterMan also allows you to fine-tune the font with various settings. Each time you adjust these settings, youâ€™ll need to exit FontRouterMan and then reboot your phone to see the changes. Obviously, this can be a big hassle, but unfortunately, there is no way to preview how a font adjustment will look on your phone. You can also set FontRouterMan to â€˜disabledâ€™ to revert to the system default. Hereâ€™s a quick guide as to what each setting does:
ZoomRatio â€“ Adjusts the overall size of the font throughout the system.
Chroma - Related to anti-aliased fonts
FontStyle - Allows you to choose from normal, italics, bold, or bold and italics
Y Adjust â€“ Changes how tall the characters are
CharGapAdj â€“ Adjusts the gap between characters in words
LineGapAdj - Adjusts the line spacing
GDR Support - Support for GDR fonts
BitmapType - Changes how the font is rendered on your phone
FontMetrics - Changes how the font is rendered on your phone
CharMetrics - Changes how the individual characters are rendered on your phone
LogLevel - Adjusts the level of information stored in the log
ZoomMaxSize - Adjusts the maximum zoom
ZoomMinSize - Adjusts the minimum zoom
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