Hello, guys! I just found out for this project and I am amazed. I hope you will resurrect this awesome game. The first part: I was unpacking .far and .iff files of The Sims Complete Collection in order to change the localization of the game, hoping it would support Cyrillic considering it has Russian slot which isn't used. Unfortunately, it doesn't support it. After some searching, I found an unofficial Russian patch for the game. I compared the two installations in order to find out which files are different, and I realized the .FFN font files inside "UIGraphics.far" package are modified. Considering my native language has some additional Cyrillic characters which aren't present in Russian, I would need your help with editing the .FFN fonts. I attached the original .FFN files and the ones from the Russian patch, hoping it would be easier for you to analyze them. These fonts are used in many EA Games, not just in The Sims, and I'm afraid no one's been able to crack them yet. The second part: I installed The Sims Online to see if they changed the way they are dealing with fonts, and they actually did. I found the regular .TTF file (simdialogue-uni-game.ttf) inside the "TSOClient\uigraphics\fonts" directory, which is cool. I installed it on my system, but the font doesn't support Cyrillic characters nor the special Latin characters used in my language (yeah, it's weird, my language has two different scripts evenly used, Cyrillic and Latin). I changed a localization file, and the game displays the Cyrillic characters normally, but they are different than the Latin ones (pretty wide and uglier), and once again, there are no special Cyrillic characters used in my language. I figured out that TSO uses .FFN files from the "TSOClient\uigraphics\fonts\russian" directory, which are uneditable for now. I also tried to replace the "simdialogue-uni-game.ttf" with another font, but the game crashes. A solution for this would probably be to edit the .TTF file and add Cyrillic characters (including Љљ, Њњ, Ђђ, Ћћ, Џџ) and the special Latin ones (Čč, Ćć, Đđ) into it, so I can actually translate TSO. I hope you have someone who can deal with this issue. I would be so grateful if you help me with this. Thank you in advance! P.S. I forgot about one thing. The Sims Complete Collection actually displays the special Latin characters I mentioned in the brackets above when I replace the original .FFN files with the ones inside the Polish directory, but this procedure cannot be applied to TSO considering it uses the .TTF file instead.