Lunos

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So.. I'll make this as short as possible: I've decided to randomly go through a "Top RPG Maker 2k/2k3 Games" list, the 1st place belongs to "A Blurred Line", downloaded it, executed it, noticed that I can't see any font in the places there should be, went through Google, found a lot of solutions incluiding downloading a certain pack of 4 fonts to put into C:\Windows\Fonts, none of them worked and then came here to ask if there's any solution.


Here's how "A Blurred Line" main menu should look like and here's how it appears to me.


I'm using Windows 8.1 x64 with Bing, if it's of any help.


Thanks in advance for reading ;_; ..


EDIT: Also, I forgot to mention, I already tried to execute the game with Windows 7 and XP SP3 Compatibility, none of those worked either, just in case.
 
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Nope, this pack didn't worked either. Thanks tho, I appreciate it.


EDIT: Okay, I've fixed it. The problem was a registry modification I've made some weeks ago to disable the font caption on the different windows. Restored it to default and now I can see dem fonts again, Thread Solved.
 
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I am having this problem, everything above i have done/tried and still can't see font. anyone know what i could do?
 

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