Font Installer helps properly install multilingual TrueType fonts in Windows
95/98 and Windows NT.
If you install new TrueType fonts that include beside Western characters some other
alphabets, e.g. Cyrillic, by the standard Windows font installing procedure, the Russian
letters will not be accessible from keyboard in applications that don't support UNICODE
To make Cyrillic range of a font workable you must add to [FontSubstitutes] section
of WIN.INI file the line <font name> Cyr,204=<font name>,204. In proper font
files there is an information about supported code pages. Font Installer get this
information from font file and add corresponding substitution lines in WIN.INI.
To install new fonts copy Font Installer into a folder with font files and run it. All
fonts from the current folder will be copied into folder Windows/Fonts and necessary
changes in WIN.INI and Registry will be done.
Here you can download Font Installer (36 K)