Description

This addon includes fonts for writing in the Slovak language in Battlefield 2. Each font features all the letters of the Slovak alphabet, both upper- and lowercase. It doesn't, however, include new fonts for the 800x600 resolution. Put the Fonts_client.rar to your mod or, if you already have one, just extract it and put the Slovak folder into the existing Fonts_client.rar file.

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Slovak Fonts (Higher Resolution Only)
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Fast&FPS
Fast&FPS

wow frosty, a little surprise here :) nice and thanks

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Frosty98B Author
Frosty98B

No problem, my friend! ^^ I'm also working on the Slovak translation of the game but it's a long way from being done, so I thought I'd at least release the fonts. ;D

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Fast&FPS
Fast&FPS

nice, I'm also looking for Slovak language since I'm gonna add Czechoslovakian army into my mod. hehe

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BattlestalleFLYBY
BattlestalleFLYBY

very amazing! comrade! can you picture of the tank! that would be awessome!

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Frosty98B Author
Frosty98B

Thank you, the last time I checked we weren't commies here, "comrade".

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Hjaldrgud
Hjaldrgud

Really nice. I was planning on doing something like this myself with Norwegian (to get æ, ø, å). Was it hard to do? It seems like a pain in the ***, since the only guide I found is from 2006 with all the guide images deleted. From what I understand there is a lot of numbers and pixels needed to be correctly measured and plotted in.

I remember finding another guide on battlefieldsingleplayer, but that is... Well.. Do you know if it will come back online? You were quite active on that forum and had many useful posts on different topics there so thanks for that! Do you have nay contact with Cajun?

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Frosty98B Author
Frosty98B

It wasn't really hard to do, just a bit time-consuming. I've added 17 uppercase and 17 lowercase letters in total to each font but 3 letters for each one shouldn't take you too long.
You do indeed need to manually type the coordinates and size (in pixels) of each letter (of course after adding them to the image files). Ø and Å should actually be pretty easy to do as you can just copy most of the size and spacing data from O and A. Æ might take a bit longer to add but not too long.

Do you mean this tutorial? Bfeditor.org I actually used this one and you don't really need the images, everything you need to know is in the text.

Sorry, I don't know Cajun, so I'm afraid I can't help you contact him.

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