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Postby genshi » Wed 05.14.2008 12:28 am

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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby Sairana » Wed 05.14.2008 12:35 am

Is this freeware, or are you sharing it illegally?

EDIT: From the looks of NJStar.com, it seems that this is NOT freeware. If mods could delete the links, that'd probably be a good idea.
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby Wakannai » Wed 05.14.2008 12:55 am

not just the links, but the username and serial as well.
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby Harisenbon » Wed 05.14.2008 1:12 am

Which is all beyond the point of why you would NEED a Japanese font installer.

I mean, Japanese fonts are just regular TTF fonts. You install them like any other.
FINDING the fonts, though, that's a different matter.

And yes, mods, please come in and destroy these links and SN.
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby chikara » Wed 05.14.2008 1:25 am

Harisenbon wrote:Which is all beyond the point of why you would NEED a Japanese font installer.....

NJStar Communicator is not a font installer.

NJStar Communicator enables Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) language input, display, print and conversions on your English or other western Windows. There is no need to reboot or install a separate Microsoft Chinese/Japanese/Korean Windows any more!

NJStar Communicator Includes:

NJStar CJK Multilingual Viewer
NJStar Chinese Input Method Editor
NJStar Japanese Input Method Editor
NJStar Korean Input Method Editor
NJStar Universal Code Convertor
NJStar Express Mail - Send CJK message as Picture
NJStar SMTP local server for Express Mail


That is why it sells for USD99.
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby Harisenbon » Wed 05.14.2008 2:11 am

I remember using NJStar back in college, but that was before the IME was readily available.
Is what it does really that different than the IME?

Also, the reason I thought it might be a font installer made by NJStar is because that's what's written in the subject line. ;)
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby chikara » Wed 05.14.2008 2:46 am

Harisenbon wrote:.... the reason I thought it might be a font installer made by NJStar is because that's what's written in the subject line. ;)
I realise that. I wasn't having a shot at you, just letting you know what it NJStar is. :)

I've never used it myself so I don't know how much better than the Windoze IME it is.
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Re: title deleted

Postby coco » Wed 05.14.2008 3:13 am

genshi wrote:
..... deleted because OP found that was a stupid action.



I just want to say TJP is a public forum.
Please be careful. :wink:

Genshi-san, please see this.
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby genshi » Wed 05.14.2008 3:24 am

Gomennasai minna-san. I just got that software from my cyber friends. I just deleted it now. I just wanna help. If that's the case,dont use it,if you think you do crime for that. But for me,I just wanna share something,not intended to do something wrong. Please bear with that. Again,sorry for the disturbance of your time,it wont happen again, I promise... :(
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby genshi » Wed 05.14.2008 3:43 am

coco wrote:
genshi wrote:
..... deleted because OP found that was a stupid action.



I just want to say TJP is a public forum.
Please be careful. :wink:

Genshi-san, please see this.


ok,sorry again :D I'll remember that :D
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Re: Japanese Font Installer ( NJStar Communicator )

Postby chikara » Wed 05.14.2008 4:04 am

genshi wrote:... I just got that software from my cyber friends. .... I just wanna help. If that's the case,dont use it,if you think you do crime for that. But for me,I just wanna share something,not intended to do something wrong. ....

Getting pirated software from your "cyber friends" is doing something wrong. Sharing software, whether pirated by you personally or passed on from your "cyber friends", is doing something wrong. Encouraging other people to use pirated software is doing something wrong.

People like me get rewards from people like this for helping to catch people like you :twisted:
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