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hjimmy

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Just want to let you guys know I verified these steps with new 1.43 ROM... a little bit late but I just don't have time to upgrade my phone 'til now. 8)

So if you need MSMing please PM me your e-mail. Sorry if you PM me earlier but haven't received it yet.

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hi hjimmy good to see you on the forum again - do you think the same steps will work on 3.45/3.46 with a Chinese font built into the ROM?

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hi hjimmy good to see you on the forum again - do you think the same steps will work on 3.45/3.46 with a Chinese font built into the ROM?

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It should work the same. However, there are some font linking issue you might have to dig in a little bit further (I think there is a guy posted something about enabling chinese w/ link to M$ website, so you have to read that a little bit, because it tells you how to set up localized version of WinCE.)

Also you know in taiwanese mpx220 big5 encoded stuff will work... i dunno if it's the regional settings keys and values ... i once tried to go into registry and change it (like 1033, and also ANSI page like 950, 1250...), in order to get those big5 stuff work. But I end up hard reset my phone cuz I broke it :)

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Thanks for the guide!

I started a post that tries to collect information on what chinese font are people using, along with some comments(if they are willing to share their experience). Have a visit and share your views/experiences if you are willing!

http://www.modaco.co...0l-t223991.html

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Thanks hjimmy,

I can now see Hebrew fonts on my mpx200 Smartphone 2003.

For those of you who need to read Hebrew characters.
(unfortunately from left to right :roll:)

1) Copy these fonts to "\Storage\windows\Fonts" :
nina.ttf and ninab.ttf from Smartphone 2003 "\windows" directory.
arial.ttf font from your Widnows Xp "C:\windows\fonts" directory.

2) Run "RapiConfig.exe /p hebrew.xml"

I atached "hebrew.xml" to this message, get "RapiConfig.exe" from hjimmy attachment.

This should work for mpx220 as well.


Attached File  hebrew.xml   444bytes   640 downloads

Edited by Lior Elkotser, 14 September 2005 - 07:22 PM.

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Thanks hjimmy,

I can now see Hebrew fonts on my mpx200 Smartphone 2003.

For those of you who need to read Hebrew characters.
(unfortunately from left to right :roll:)

1) Copy these fonts to "\Storage\windows\Fonts" :
nina.ttf and ninab.ttf from Smartphone 2003 "\windows" directory.
arial.ttf font from your Widnows Xp "C:\windows\fonts" directory.

2) Run "RapiConfig.exe /p hebrew.xml"

I atached "hebrew.xml" to this message, get "RapiConfig.exe" from hjimmy attachment.

This should work for mpx220 as well.


Attached File  hebrew.xml   444bytes   640 downloads


Lior, thank you very much. It works.

Another question, perhaps you know: is there some way to fix the font direction(left to right) problem?

Thank you in advance.

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