Originally Posted by xuyn2003
An example that will work, root required
1.Rename any of your favorite fonts set(a fonts set contains four fonts, normally regular,bold,italic,bolditalic) to "VerdanaW1G.otf, VerdanaW1G-Bold.otf, VerdanaW1G-BoldItalic.otf, VerdanaW1G-Italic.otf" (your fonts can be either "ttf" or "otf", but you must rename them as the name listed above, including the file name suffix. VerdanaW1G isn't the only choice, you can use other fonts set, but you should know the fonts name exactly)
2.Copy all the fonts in /ebook/fonts/ to /sdcard/fonts/, then copy your renamed fonts in step1 to /sdcard/fonts/, so the orginal VerdanaW1G fonts will be replaced.
3. in terminal, type: mount -o bind /sdcard/fonts/ /ebook/fonts/
4. then in sony reader, select the font type "Vendana"
Note: After you binded /sdcard/fonts/ to /ebook/fonts/, if connect to the PC via usb&data transfer mode, this mothod will not work untill you disconnect the usb.
And, if you reboot your T1, the bind will also disappear, so I recommend to use GScript.apk to run this command easily once after the T1 was boot up.
Have anybody tested this method?
Does it mean one has to run GScript.apk after every boot?
My goal is to substitute font that's responsible for Book titles, author names, Bookmarks etc., with one I want, so that everything is display correctly in Unicode. BTW browser also fails to display pages that are in Unicode.