June 2019


The operation of the car navigation system differs slightly depending on the model. This is the way to set a destination using the "NSCP-W64" model.
The procedure described here is for changing the language to English. 
For display in Chinese (Simplified Chinese) or Korean, use the same procedure to select each language.

1.Touch the MENU button.

2.Touch 設定・編集 (Settings/Edit).

3.Touch 共通設定 (Common Settings).

4.Touch 言語設定 (Language Settings).

5.Touch English.

6.Touch はい (Yes) when the system's restart confirmation screen appears.
*Certain functions are only available in Japanese.

7.The language settings are currently being changed.

8.The language settings have been changed.

You cannot enter or edit text in your drawing.

You may have the MText Editor (MTEXTED) system variable set to something other than NONE/Internal.


Type MTEXTED in the Command line and press Enter.

When prompted to Enter new value, type a period (.).

The MTEXTED variable should now be set to NONE/Internal, and you should now be able to place or edit text.

Error Creating Text Style '(text style name)': Font File '(font name)' Not Installed (Using a Land F/X Tool, or Placing Text)

You received an error message similar to the following when trying to use a particular font in a drawing:

Error creating text style "(font)": Font file "(font)" not installed.

For example, if you attempted to create a zone or Work Area and your Zone Text Style is set to a Swiss font, you might receive the message: Error creating text style "ZONE": Font file "swiss.tff" not installed.

You are attempting to use a font that is either:

  • Not installed on your computer, or
  • An Open Type font (OTF), which AutoCAD does not support

To determine the exact issue with the font you're trying to use, check the file extension of the font file listed in the error message.

If the font name has a file extension other than .otf, such as .tff, the font is most likely not installed on your computer.

If the font name has a .otf extension, it's an OTF font, which AutoCAD doesn't support.

Land F/X tools and our default Text Styles:
If you're using a Land F/X tool that requires the placement of text, the Land F/X Text Style associated with that tool is currently assigned to a problematic font. The two examples pictured above show two potential errors you might see when trying to place, or use a tool associated with, the ZONE Text Style. In this case, the ZONE style applies automatically to text placed in a drawing through the use of our Work Area tool and Zoning callouts.


1. Open the General Preferences screen:

                                                              F/X Admin ribbon

                                      Preferences flyout buttons on any of the other F/X ribbons

                                      Several toolbars (FX Admin toolbar pictured)

    Any of the F/X pull-down menus

(F/X Admin, F/X Graphics, F/X Planting, F/X Irrigation, or F/X Details)

                                               or type *FXPreferences in the Command line

2. In the General Preferences screen, highlight the problematic Text Style (example: Zone), and click Edit to open the Text Manager.

3. In the Text Manager, select a different font.

Each font you see in the list will be both installed on your computer and not an OTF style. Any font you choose will resolve the issue.

In our example, we'll assign the font Arial to the ZONE Text Style.

Click OK to save the change.

You should now be able to use the Land F/X tool or place text without seeing the error.

You received the following error while attempting to install F/X CAD:
Error: Please install DirectX before installing AutoCAD (year version)


Locate the installer folder on your desktop. This folder's name will start with fxcad. Double-click this folder to open it.

Inside the folder, open the folder named 3rdParty, then open the folder named DirectX.

Double-click the file named DXSETUP.exe to run it.

You can now continue installing F/X CAD.

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