მობილური მოწყობილობების ფონტი „BPG Phone Sans“

მობილური მოწყობილობების ფონტი „BPG Phone Sans“ გამიზნული და გამოცდილია Sony Ericsson P990i სმარტფონებზე.
იგი იმუშავებს აგრეთვე სხვა მწარმოებლების მობილურ ტელეფონებსა და მობილურ კომპიუტერულ მოწყობილობებზეც.

გადატვირთვა — დიდრონი ზომის ფონტი:
http://www.box.net/shared/k7od1eznei

გადატვირთვა — მინიატურული ზომის ფონტი:
http://www.box.net/shared/28rluayqqz


 

 


The font used by the P990 is Sans Serif Latin and is named according to the 4 different styles:

1) Sans-Serif_Latin-Regular.ttf
2) Sans-Serif_Latin-Bold.ttf
3) Sans-Serif_Latin-Italic.ttf
4) Sans-Serif_Latin-BoldItalic.ttf

The easiest way is to rename your font to these filenames.

For example if you only have a single font: myfont.ttf (a regular font) then you would make 4 copies of it and rename them like so:

1) myfont.ttf —-> Sans-Serif_Latin-Regular.ttf
2) myfont.ttf —-> Sans-Serif_Latin-Bold.ttf
3) myfont.ttf —-> Sans-Serif_Latin-Italic.ttf
4) myfont.ttf —-> Sans-Serif_Latin-BoldItalic.ttf

If you have a 2 style font (Regular/Bold) then the Regular can be renamed to 1) and 3) and the Bold can be renamed to 2) and 4) so at least you can have Bold/Regular Style.

Obviously if you can find a 4 style font you can get the best effect by matching each font to a corresponding file name: bold to bold, bolditalic to bolditalic etc…

WARNING: Be careful when choosing fonts. Stick to fairly basic fonts that do not have loads of extra characters and symbols as these push up files sizes. If you can get hold of a good font editor you can strip out all the characters you don’t need to reduce the font file size. The smaller the better, as dumping a 5MB font file won’t help with loading times and display caching. The file I use is 57Kb, ideally you want something of similar size. Remember: Just because a 20MB font file will fit on a 2Gb Memory Stick, it won’t load into the phone RAM without crashing it out!

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ADDING FONT TO THE PHONE
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Put your memory card into a card reader and create a folder in the root called “resource”

Now open this folder and create a subfolder called “fonts”

You should have this directory available:

D:/resource/fonts

where D: is your memory card drive.

Note it is best to use a card reader to do this. Trying to create this folder with the memory card inserted in the phone using Swiss Manager or the built in file manager may result in an error as you are creating a folder with a protected name.

Now copy the 4 font files into this folder.

Place memory card back into phone and reboot it!

You should now see your fonts in action.

If there is a problem displaying you can simply remove the memory card and restart the phone without it which will cause the unit to default to the ROM fonts.

Now you can pop the memory card back into a reader and delete the problem files, then choose another font and try again!

ქართული შრიფტი ფონტი შრიფტები ფონტები უნიკოდი უნიკოდ Georgian font fonts type types Unicode

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