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My phone changing my fonts to Arial Bold & Eras Bold.gdr
my all arabic written didn't seen and the menu get small fonts

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You need to install FONTREMOVER..gudluck

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I purchased a book on January 27, and I inadvertently deleted before I read it. how can I get it back


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Sort: Oldest first ' Newest first Showing 1-25 of 29 posts in this discussion Initial post: Mar 2, 2011 8:35:31 AM PST Andrea Solek says: I was in the midst of organizing my newly purchased books on my kindle yesterday when I accidentally removed one. It was a freebie, thank God. But when I went to re-"purchase" it, Amazon tells me I already own it.

Is there a way to recapture the lost book back on to my kindle? Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
1 of 1 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No In reply to an earlier post on Mar 2, 2011 8:36:22 AM PST ShirleyKat says: Look in your archived items (Home, Menu, View archived items). Just click and it will be back soon. Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
6 of 7 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No Posted on Mar 2, 2011 8:37:02 AM PST J. Harnden says: Sure, go to your archive folder on your Kindle and click on the book you deleted and it will re download it back to your kindle :) Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
3 of 4 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No In reply to an earlier post on Mar 2, 2011 8:37:29 AM PST M. Francis Professor of Kindology says: It should show up under archived items on your home page. Be sure your wireless connection is on, then just click the title under archives.

Or, you can go to Manage Your Kindle right here. Scroll down to the list of books you've bought. When you get to the title, you'll see where you can re-send the book to your Kindle. Reply to this post

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Problems viewing all installed fonts in Indesign and Illustrator CS2


This is a common problem with CS2 and a variety of fonts. 

Try using this missing fonts loader plugin:

http://www.proximasoftware.com/fontexpert/plugins/missingfontsloader.htm

If that doesn't work for you, let me know and we can try something more involved.

Oct 16, 2007 | Adobe InDesign CS2 for PC

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HI GUDPM JUST WANNA ASK HOW TO DOWNLOAD FONTS IN NOKIA N7O????


Changing N70 Fonts f you are one of those who do not like the plain default font or if you are a "dare to be different" kind of person then this one is for you! Change the fonts to whatever you have available or whatever suits your taste. Get ready for a little facelift for your phonemag-glass_10x10.gif smile.gif

Some background information: Nokia N70 does not use TTF font files, instead it uses GDR file which is a compilation of all the fonts that will be used by the phone. What we will do in the following steps is select the fonts that we want to use, use an application to compile the GDR file containing those fonts and finally uploading the font to the handset. Alright, time to begin.

#1. Download and install GDR crreator Download it here. http://www.crazylittleworld.com/n70/egdrsetup.zip
#2. Run the application. Dont worry about the funny language. I will explain how to use it to make working fonts.
#3. You will see various tabs in the application. Each tab is there to set the font for a certain part of the phone. The phone preview on the left shows the part where the font belongs. Navigate till you get familiar with what is under each tab.

#4. Under each tab, click browse to select the font, set the size (defaults should work fine unless your font is too small or too big) and select whether you want just the basic character set (ASCII/Unicode) or want all the characters + symbols from that font (Symbian/Unicode). From my experience Symbian/Unicode is only needed for Text Messaging (2nd tab in the application). See the image below for descriptions on application.

Easy GDR

#5. After you've set the font, click the "Compile Font" button (see image below) to add the font to the GDR and have a look at "Preview Font" window to get an idea of what the font will look like on the phone.

Easy%20GDR

#6. Finally, click the "Compile to GDR" button and save the file. Name it as you please.

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#7. Now transfer the GDR file to your N70 via Bluetooth. Create a folder named "Fonts" in C:\System and copy the file from inbox to the Fonts folder (like we did with the Screensaver files above). In the end you should get this - C:\System\Fonts\<filename>.gdr

#8. Delete the GDR file from Messaging -> Inbox and restart the phone.

#9. Congratulations, you've just installed new fonts on your N70. quote.gif

Jun 16, 2011 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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I want to changs the fonts for my nokia n70.how to do it.as i had download TTF fonts and fontrouter.dll in my pc.please help me........:)


download this http://www.crazylittleworld.com/n70/egdrsetup.zip
install the application and from there you can create a .gdr format of font that can be used in your n70
once you've created a .gdr font, create a folder on your C:\System\ of your n70..just make sure you have 3rd party file manager to access the folder..then paste your .gdr font to the folder.. C:\System\Fonts\<filename>.gdr\

Hope this'll help

Apr 27, 2011 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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I lost the CD for my VGA PC camera webcam can you help me?


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