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somthings wrong with my fonts


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demirkol

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well after my sister went of the computer all the fonts everywhere has gone bold i went to the display settings and its not set on bold so any help would be nice

Edited by demirkol, 18 August 2005 - 03:30 AM.

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If your running themes just right click desktop/properties/themes/WinXP Style...This should set fonts back to normal.
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it doesnt i tried that
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Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Accessibility -> Accessibility Wizard.
Click Next>, once. Click on Use Usual text Size for Windows.
And just go throught the rest of the wizard.
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its still the same
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http://www.microsoft...ppowertoys.mspx

The above link will take you to the MS power toys page...From there you can download TweakUI....With that proggies you can change a lot of settings to your personal preference...Also you can repair your fonts folder.....Maybe this will fix your font problem...Don't know but this is a nice utility nonetheless.
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bold...or big? check your screen resolution
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ok the text went back to normal after i restarted but now the close, minimize and The restore down buttons on the top right corner are small and nothing is wrong with my screen resolutions
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right click desktop/properties/appearance/advanced/...Under item in the drop down box choose caption buttons...set the size you want and apply
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what is your one set on?
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mines on 25 but i have a theme proggie that allows different themes than xp defaults so the buttons are not standard buttons...just do a trial and error...you don't like what you choose then go back and edit again until satisfied.
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that is huge what is the original thing anyway
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