Somehow the portable version should look for the fonts on the flash drive or the host computer. It now looks at the host computer for the windows font file, if I have used fonts that are not on the host then I have a problem with display of the fonts.
And yes I know the fix is to use the default fonts on standard windows install.
You could try my Fonts Portable. It loads fonts from Data\fonts.
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Thank you very much. This App works great and provides me with the solution I was looking for. Only one caution, that would be to have a "fonts" file that is small in size. Otherwise you could run out of memory fast because the app loads the font file directly into system memory. Also if you have a large font file it takes time to load all of the file, wait untill its done loading be for going on with the word processor ect..
Nice work John.....
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Adding a geekmenu\data\PortableFonts directory and copying TrueType font files to that directory will cause font to be registered to the local PC while geek.menu is running.
– but then you would, of course, have to run geek.menu. I do, and it works like a charm. (When I leave work - and remember to take my memory stick with me - my colleagues cannot put my signature on the Weekly Jobs List, because that is a glyph from a font which is only in the PortableFonts directory.)
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