TOEFL result

I finally got the results for the TOEFL test I took a few weeks earlier. My score was 118 (out of 120), so that's as expected. :)

If only the entrance exam would be this easy...

Categories: University, Japan
Posted on: 2007-08-01 03:43 UTC.

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Jim Ryan

2007-08-04 09:56 UTC

Hey, there's no way for me to comment on your Software section, but you might be interested in the following facts. It is possible to install fonts on the storage card and not in main memory. This can save you considerable memory. Here is how to do it:

1. Copy font file to \Storage Card\Fonts
2. Create the following registry keys/values:
Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\FontLink\SystemLink
String Values:
Name: Arial Data: \Storage Card\Fonts\MSMincho.ttc (or whatever your font name is)
Name: Courier New Data: \Storage Card\Fonts\MSMincho.ttc (or whatever your font name is)
Name: Tahoma Data: \Storage Card\Fonts\MSMincho.ttc (or whatever your font name is)
Name: Times New Roman Data: \Storage Card\Fonts\MSMincho.ttc (or whatever your font name is)
Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\GDI
DWORD Value:
Name: FontLinkMethods Data: 1
3. Install FontOnStorage (http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-Cupertino/2039/FontOnStorage.zip)
Basically, extract the executable for your architecture and put it somewhere on your machine (\Program Files is probably good) then create a shortcut and store the shortcut in BOTH \Windows\Start Menu\Programs and \Windows\StartUp)
You can now use your large Japanese fonts without needing to store them in main memory!

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