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how do i use turkish ttf fonts?

 
Author ancalimon
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#1 Posted: 30 Mar 2007 03:38 
I have a Turkish Windows installation and want to use all those Turkish ttf fonts on my Amiga. Is there an easy way for this? I remember using them on my real Amiga years ago. But I forgot how

Author AmiKit
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#2 Posted: 30 Mar 2007 14:27 
Well, I was trying to install Czech and Slovak truetype fonts with no success. But you might have more luck with Turkish fonts. To install new truetype fonts into system, use AmiKit:Prefs/TrueType_FontManager. Load some Turkish truetype font. Also you have to add Turkish codepage file. Then try to use newly created font with AmiKit:Prefs/Fonts program.

Author ancalimon
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#3 Posted: 19 Oct 2011 04:59 
How do I add Turkish iso 8859 and windows 1254 codepade , charset to Amikit and also make AWeb, IBrowse use them?

I installed latest version of charset.library but I'm a bit clueless right now.

Can I simply replace the fonts inside Amikit:Fonts/Truetype with the ones from my Windoz7 installation? There are many truetype fonts there and Turkish characters are working here although Windoz7 is an English one.

Author AmiKit
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#4 Posted: 19 Oct 2011 17:15 
Yes, install your Turkish fonts there. Then you need to configure several AmiKit programs to use them. Eg. AmiKit:Prefs/Fonts, AfA_OS. AWeb and IBrowse have their own font settings too, look into its preferences.

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