Sunday, April 11, 2010

uspce.dll was shipped with Windows Mobile 6.5.3 already

I got answer from Microsoft: "Uniscribe support is available beginning with the COM3 version of Windows Mobile 6.5 (or Windows Mobile 6.5.3).
The UI should include our new “bubble” controls in the softkey area if it’s COM3."

27 comments:

  1. 從人生中拿走友誼,猶如從生活中移走陽光........................................

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  2. but khmer unicode font still display incorrectly in my HTC. How to solve this?

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  3. 發表,是一種抒發:好的心情可以一再的回味發酵;壞的心情就讓它留在文字裡吧!加油!........................................

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  4. 安...辛苦了!祝福你在各個方面都愈來愈好!........................................

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  5. I use O2 Atom life, and I upgrade it to Windows Mobile 6.5.3 (Build 28233). It doesn't include uspce.dll, but I copy uspce.dll from nokorsoft.com to \windows. However, Khmer Unicode still not work correctly. It can't display character in inputbox such as in IE address bar and wireless password box.

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  6. If you have Windows Mobile 6.5.3, you don't need uspce.dll. You can copy font to paste at windows/fonts folder, it is ok. But I recommend to use new fonts. The old fonts may not work well.

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  7. ^^~~輕輕鬆鬆的逛部落格,多謝有您的分享哦~~~..............................

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  8. Thanks for your reply. My O2, running Windows Mobile 6.5.3, doesn't have uspce.dll in \windows\ directory. I have downloaded your new font and test it without uspce.dll. It's not work on both my O2 and Windows mobile 6.5.3 Emulator downloaded from Microsoft website.

    What do you think about this problem?

    Thanks! :)

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  9. Where do you paste font file?
    My experience: when i put Khmer font in Windows directory, it doesn't work, but it is ok when I move to Windows\Fonts directory.

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  10. I put it in Windows\Fonts directory.

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  11. 好久沒有這樣輕鬆享受閱讀的樂趣了~~留個言邀您分享我的快樂~~............................................................

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