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  1. T2noob

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    YOU RUN THIS .BAT FILE FROM YOUR COMPUTER(windows is the only OS supported Right now), NOT YOUR PHONE
    List of Fonts
    1 - Apple Garamond
    2 - Apple Garamond Bold
    3 - Bonzai
    4 - Broadway
    5 - Cartoon
    6 - Chancery
    7 - Comic Sans
    8 - Corsiva
    9 - Courier New
    10 - Demonized
    11 - Droid Logo
    12 - Exile
    13 - Final Frontier
    14 - Halo
    15 - Harrington
    16 - Ming
    17 - Rehearsal Curve
    18 - Rehearsal Offset
    19 - Russel Square
    20 - Segoe
    21 - Techniczna
    22 - Standard Font
    Pictures of FONTS included So you can pick which one you like best before Flashing
    YOU NEED TO BE ROOTED TO FLASH FONTS!!!!
    For other OPTIONS you DON'T NEED TO BE ROOTED!
    Please Don't Flame Me, If you don't want to use it or even Look at it just keep on clicking to another Thread.
    I might add other Things to this, But I'm Not sure really depends if I get bored sometime in the Future.. :D
    Download Here
    I'll Check this tomorrow If you have any questions...right now I need to get Some sleep
     

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    Nice- I'll try it out when I get home tonight.
     
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    I'm a drifter.. here and there.
    After a little tinkering (prob cuz I'm not very good at following directions :) this worked PERFECTLY. Love the Droid logo font. Thanks for yet another thing that makes my phone just a tad more awesome. Much appreciated.
     
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    Ya I am running the DROID font too .......

    good work T2noob
     
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    what do these fonts work with? text? menu? icon names?
     
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    Russel square looks good everywhere.

    Thanks for this T2Noob. You're the man. I personally recommend this batch file.

    +1
     
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    It pretty much changes your font in everything ..... text,menus, icons .....the only thing the font didn't change was the keyboard itself.....but my font changed everywhere else
     
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    Is there some better documentation to point to to _restore_ the fonts that we "Backed Up" before flashing the new font?

    Nandroid is always in order, but I can't quite seem to figure out what I have to name a font, when I put it in the 'FontGoesHERE" folder and where the "Bold" folder should go.

    And it seems like more fonts than 2 got backed up with the backup.

    Should I just push the whole folder of fonts over to my phone?

    I might just try.
     
  9. T2noob

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    Yea I forgot to implement the restore of the backed up fonts I was getting tired I'll fix when oi get home.
     
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    Very nice! I love the .bat file, it makes it that much easier.
    Thanks!

    So what are you going to create next?:)
     
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    Thats awesome! Thanks T2noob!
     
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    How do I install fonts
     
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    Run the .bat file and follow the instructions.

    news:Updated the script a little The changes are in the quote on the first post
     
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    using es fileexplorer and when I select the bat it pulls up a menu asking how I want to view the file. nothing runs
     
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    Like I said RUN the .BAT file and follow the instructions, If you don't trust my .BAT Open it as txt and look at the adb commands so you can do it manually.
     
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    Thanks for the help douche. If I knew how to run the .bat I wouldn't have asked. OI file explorer says application not available and ES says I can only view the file not run. And whats with the not trusting? Obviously I trusted what you put out there or I wouldn't be trying to put it on my phone. Get off your high horse and open your eyes to the fact that not everyone knows what you know and maybe they need some help. Thanks but no thanks you can keep your stupid fonts!
     
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    I sincerely apologize if I seemed like an ass, that was not my intent I just didn't put your comments together DON't RUN FROM PHONE, YOU RUN THIS FROM YOUR COMPUTER.

    Double Click...the .bat file...I didn't know what you meant ..I thought you just didn't trust my .bat so you were trying to push the fonts manually.
    Just to make sure you're running Windows?
    If you're Not wait a couple days i'm going to do some changes to the script so you can run it on liux and maybe even Mac if its easy to do and I get bored.
    Ps:You run this on your computer not on the phone
    Sorry if I didn't make that clear.I just didn't understand what you were asking but now that I think about it, it looks like you were trying to run it from the phone.
    you run .bat file from the Computer (windows OS to be specific)
     
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    That was a little uncalled for. T2Noob was trying to help but I dont think he noticed that you're trying to do all this from your phone (at least that's how I'm seeing it)

    Plug your phone into your computer and run the .bat file from your computer. You dont need to put any of the fonts on your phone by file transfer. His .bat file will remove your existing fonts, put them in the t2noobBat folder (on your computer), then take the new one and push it into your phone.
    Correct me if I'm wrong.

    Edit: Sorry, you beat me to it
     
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    you don't Have to rename anything the script does it for you.
    In the Bold Folder you put the BOLD version of the Font like xyz-Bold.ttf
    In the FontGoesHERE folder goes xyz.ttf From there the Fonts will be copyed to your phone automatically and then deleted just to make sure there aren't any contradictions in the future.
     
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    :eek: Ok all is cleared up. Apologies all around? Group hugz! :eek:

    still didn't work. says it backs up my fonts, but when I flash it says no such file or directory. But when I backed up the second time it shows the fonts I flashed in the back up directory. ???

    BTW I am truly sorry. I don't want the reputation on here as being a hot head. I felt stupid there for a second and I hate feeling like an idiot so I lashed out.
     
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    Good To hear :D
    Again sorry for not putting it together earlier lol
    I do that a lot I start reading and then my brain makes the rest up lol
     
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    also I'm running aloysius 2.0v5 if that matters at all
     
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    Don't think It should matter.
    just try it see what happens worse thing that could happen is that it doesnt work. and you might have to go to a nand backup.
     
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    Oh I did try it. Nothing happened. :( says no such file or directory. I'll try again tomorrow BTW what folder should I put the zip in to run the batch. sdk/tools?
     
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    What font are you trying up flash? Maybe I have a typo in the script, because I downloaded that rom and the fonts are in the same place as the other ones, try flashing another one like the first ones maybe i made a mistake some where in the last update.
    I won't be able to work on this until maybe tonight, so if I don't answer just hold on tight, I'm not trying to ignore you.

    Edit; And it doesn't matter where you unzip the file it should work as long as you have the drivers installed which I'm sure you do if you rooted your phone
     

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