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Old 04 May 2016, 10:59   #6
idrougge
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That's an AMOS cursor, isn't it?

AMOS accesses fonts by a number, which is generated rather randomly from the addition date of fonts to the disk. So if your program requests font #14, and you're not using the original disk, chances are that you're getting a totally different font.
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