|23 January 2002, 15:09||#1|
WinUAE doesn't like Fast Fonts
just wanted to report this issue (I think this is known, though).
WinUAE doesn't like Fast Fonts in your WB startup-sequence. This will sometimes mess up your folder and/or file names.
Need a funny example? ... ok ... *LOL*
EDIT: This seems to happen more on 0.8.8 R8 than on the new versions. It could be this has been fixed already. But I won't use it in order not to break compatibility with users that still use 0.8.8 R8.
Last edited by andreas; 23 January 2002 at 15:17.
|23 January 2002, 17:48||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: The Streets
Ummm, sorry if the laughing impact is marred by this question, but what exactly is "Fast Fonts"?
I don't think I messed around with anything like that in my Amiga and WinUAE days.
|23 January 2002, 18:44||#5|
Give up the ghost
Join Date: Apr 2001
FastFonts was a popular PD util that, when run in your startup-sequence, dramatically optimized the speed of text displays when using the Topaz (8, 9 point) font. It's more than likely on Aminet.
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