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Old 03-31-2008, 01:29 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
In the font header (which you should be able to edit with any font editor) there's a value which defines the mapping from points to pixels. If you increase that value (so you get more pixels per point) you'll get bigger characters for a given point size.
There is? I can't find it. The only thing I'm able find is a mapping from points to pixels for bitmap strikes. As far as I know the pixel size of a font is determined by the dpi setting of the display (~166 on the Cybook), not by the the font header.
Please prove me wrong though, if I'm wrong
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