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    Man you are fantastic!!!!Thanx!!!!!!

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    Ageor,
    Thanks for the clean solution for this dirty problem.
    Spent days on solving (trying) this solution and it took me two minutes to follow your instruction and bam...
    BTW, I changed to hebrew code 177.
    Bye and thanks again.
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    Hebrew Fonts for D3

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    If some one is looking for Hebrew, merge the attached file.
    Zohar

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    Quote Originally Posted by ageor
    It seems Map Monkey (or is it Destinator?) doesn't care about Unicode character sets. The solution I implemented ...
    This is absolutely G - R - E - A - T - ! Thanks ageor.
    BUT - unfortunately there is a but -. It does not seem to work in the Avoid Roads -> Toll Roads -> Items menu.
    Any suggestions are welcome

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    More font substitutes

    Quote Originally Posted by tempuser
    This is absolutely G - R - E - A - T - ! Thanks ageor.
    BUT - unfortunately there is a but -. It does not seem to work in the Avoid Roads -> Toll Roads -> Items menu.
    Any suggestions are welcome
    Thanks for the post (and all your kind words, everybody).

    It seems the lists use a different font than in the map (Tahoma), maybe Arial.

    It is always a good idea to set Control Panel | Regional and Language Options | Advanced | Select a language to match the language version of the non-Unicode programs you want to use: to your language (Greek, in this case) when you install Windows XP, but it's never too late. If you change it, you will need to reboot.

    If the above setting dows not work, merge the attached .reg file (exported from my PC). It is expanded to include more windows fonts, including Arial, Courier, Times New Roman and Tahoma (it normally works for any font you want; just add more entries using the same syntax). See the instructions in my previous post.

    Hope this helps; it works for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by ageor
    Thanks for the post (and all your kind words, everybody).

    It seems the lists use a different font than in the map (Tahoma), maybe Arial.

    It is always a good idea to set Control Panel | Regional and Language Options | Advanced | Select a language to match the language version of the non-Unicode programs you want to use: to your language (Greek, in this case) when you install Windows XP, but it's never too late. If you change it, you will need to reboot.

    If the above setting dows not work, merge the attached .reg file (exported from my PC). It is expanded to include more windows fonts, including Arial, Courier, Times New Roman and Tahoma (it normally works for any font you want; just add more entries using the same syntax). See the instructions in my previous post.

    Hope this helps; it works for me
    Unfortunately, this does not work on my Win2K box. In fact, there's no : Select a language to match the language version of the non-Unicode programs you want to use: in my Win2K. Never mind. I can exclude the tolls I don't like by selecting one and showing it on the map. Again, thanks for the brilliant patch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tempuser
    Unfortunately, this does not work on my Win2K box. In fact, there's no : Select a language to match the language version of the non-Unicode programs you want to use: in my Win2K.
    You are right, this is only available in WinXP.

    Did you try the .reg file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ageor
    You are right, this is only available in WinXP.

    Did you try the .reg file?
    Yeah, I did. But it's kind of weird, since this is the only items menu that does not display in 161 codepage. I wonder what is the font they used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tempuser
    Yeah, I did. But it's kind of weird, since this is the only items menu that does not display in 161 codepage. I wonder what is the font they used.
    Could it be a skin matter?

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