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Old 08-09-2011, 08:47 PM   #2
JD Gumby
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Originally Posted by mosker View Post
I have the firmware 1.9.9 r.30773 and I don't find the multilingual support.
Is there any international version with Spanish language?.

- Is there some way to create a new dictionary with some special format or something like that?.

- How can I include my own fonts?. I need Sanscrit and Pali eastern characters for some of my papers. Is there any Kobo font able to support diacritical characters and eastern languages?
No idea on multilingual support - there is none on the North American versions, anyway.

Can't alter the dictionary.

Create a directory named "fonts" (all lowercase like that, no quotes) and copy and paste your fonts (from your c:\windows\fonts or where ever you have .ttf fonts) to that directory.
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