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KD-Font, Change Fonts in WM/Sense
For those of us always looking for ways to personalize our phones, this application is very handy. XDA member kliptik presents this interesting tool to completely change the fonts on your device.
Suitable for WM 6 and up and for devices running Sense(TF3D) Build 2.1 and higher. The application can be installed on SD cards and it´s fully uninstallable, just be sure to back up your original fonts.
Originally posted by kliptik
[APP] [RELEASE] KD-Font [v1.0] [07/07/10]
KD-Font will allow the user to change the fonts for the Windows Mobile OS and/or the Sense (TF3D) UI.
- Bank Gothic
- Bradley Hand ITC
- Cataneo BT
- Comic Sans
- Copperplate Gothic
- Lucida Calligraphy
- Old English Text MT
You can find more information in the application thread.
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