Updated 2011-01-27 16:39:23 by AKgnome

I tend to use Arial Unicode MS for displaying Unicode characters. (Examples could be seen at [1])

However this file is huge, and placing it in main memory is bad.

Solution: compile very simple program and place it on startup: (substitute your real path, compile, then execute each time you need it)
 #include <windows.h>

 int WinMain() {
   int AddFontResource(LPCTSTR lpszFilename);
   AddFontResource(L"\\Storage Card\\fonts\\ARIALUNI.TTF");


ABU See also How to use new fonts without installing'em