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Old 10-10-2007, 01:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear all,
I have designed an application in j2me for Blackberry 8800/8700.
In this if i set the font to the default font of the device.Now if the user changes the default font of the device then the display of the text is changing and the UI is messed up.How i prevent this effect.Like even if the user changes the device font and its size ,the application should take up one particular font(say BBMillbank) and display its text accordingly. I am new to mobile programming plzzzzzz help me out ???
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ff = FontFamily.forName("BBMillbankTall");  
font = ff.getFont(FontFamily.SCALABLE_FONT, 12).derive(Font.BOLD);
this would set the font in your application to BBMillbankTall, 12, bold.
You can also set the font for single elements like fields etc.

Cosider it well to use a fixed layout though as different devices have different screen sizes and a solution that fits one may look horrible on another. You can maybe integrate an option screen that allows to set the used font internally.
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