Originally Posted by amarullz
you can create custom fonts yourself, but to access it you still need to use the ordered characters (from ascii code for space to ~)...
If you only need some chars that don't included in font list, My tips is swap some character that least used, like:
and don't use this chars:
because it used by path name when install ui (in percentage and path seperator)
You can change the default text like this:
ini_set("text_next", "Next >");
look at manual in first page
But I know there still some
Thank you so much for helping me btw!!
I tried to make my own font but I had a problem...
I did it in photoshop with 32 bit color like you said, and when I wanted to save, it didn't show "png" format.
When I tried it with 8 bit color, it did show.
What's the problem?