Originally Posted by atango
Anyway, have you tried to change the default font (Sans and monospace) to custom font in midori webbrowser?
Hi, I just found out doublezed's tip (using custom fonts.conf file which add /mnt/ext1/system/fonts directory and forcing midori to use my Korean fonts in the directory) solved my font problem.
Now I can read Korean characters in midori browser of PB902.
I guess it work for any user fonts you can add to PB readers.
But there is one problem, it takes so long (about 5 to 10 min) to start the browser. Once it start, it works fine. Original midori starts without much delay.