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Old 04-01-2008, 09:12 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by wallcraft View Post
Is there a way to produce larger fonts in Cybook's Reader via FontForge? The current maximum size is about 24pt, which is not large enough for everyone - see Does the new CyBook support ultra-large fonts (>72 points)?.
To answer your question directly: I don't think there is. Technically it's certainly possible to render any TrueType/OpenType font at whatever size you want, but the size is determined by the software configuration not the font itself.

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Originally Posted by delphidb96
Maybe someone can start up a line of freeware fonts optimized for the Cybook
That's a good idea. I think, I might do just that in the next few days ... maybe.
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