Page 4 of 4 FirstFirst 1234
Results 61 to 66 of 66
Like Tree4Likes
  1. #61  
    Just tried this tutorial and font, worked flawlessly!

    wizage .net /?p=461

    (sorry, I'm not allowed to post links yet, so cut the prefix out and added spaces, simply remove them to see the post)
  2. #62  
    Quote Originally Posted by sipp11 View Post
    I think I almost get it work fully on webOS 3 now by doing the easy way -- putting Thai characters in Prelude itself. Boom, my touchpad isn't whining about weird stuff in its stomach no more.
    HeiT_nb.ttf, you can replaced droidsans file with this name. It's working on my both Pre+ and Touchpad
  3. #63  
    I have a problem when replacing fonts. I replaced some unicode fonts to read Vietnamese. But when they replaced and I restart my phone, the main phone of OS is change. The change is random (it's different after I replace new fonts), sometimes is pledure bold, sometime is times,... how to restore the OS's fonts to default?

    EDIT: my bad, I copied wrong fonts. It's resolved.
    Last edited by sobny; 08/31/2011 at 11:21 PM.
  4. #64  
    thank you! I try tomorrow
    Every pixel a picasso
  5. #65  
    Is there a way to get Thai on the keyboard?
    Every pixel a picasso
  6. #66  
    Quote Originally Posted by anusornsan View Post

    I finally figured out how today after messing with it for a few hours (I have an HP Touchpad with WebOS3). So I'll post it here for future reference to help anyone else out.

    Before you install Hebrew Fonts onto your webOS device (HP TouchPad, Palm Pre2, Palm Pre3, HP Veer) make sure you’ve done the following steps:

    1. Turn on Developer mode. This is done by just typing the konami code in to the search.

    2. Install webOS Quick Install

    Proceed once the above two have been successfully completed.

    3. download the Thai Font: Heisei_Kaku_Gothic_nb.ttf
    Link: Heisei_Kaku_Gothic_nb.ttf - - online file sharing and storage - download

    4. Open webOS Quick Install.

    5. After webOS Quick Install connects with your Phone/Tablet -- go to Tools -> Send File

    6. Select the file you downloaded - Heisei_Kaku_Gothic_nb.ttf

    7. Select destination folder to: /usr/share/fonts

    8. Press send to device button. - Device should say "successfully sent"

    9. Restart the device – enjoy Thai…
    this worked great!

    is there a way to get a Thai keyboard?
    Every pixel a picasso
Page 4 of 4 FirstFirst 1234

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions