Thread: Touch Firmware 2.1.4
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:16 AM   #239
Erkhyan
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Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Antananarivo, Madagascar
Device: Kobo Touch
Kobo touch here, bought in Australia but used in Madagascar. I didn’t check whether the automatic update was available here, since I manually updated at the first occasion (from a manual installation of 2.1.1).

No major issues so far, everything works well, except for a small (?) problem: using that modified Charis SIL font available somewhere on this forum, the device has become unable to correctly display the middle character in this sequence…
Code:
<p class="scenebreak">&mdash;&nbsp;&diams;&nbsp;&mdash;</p>
… which I use in my home-made ePubs. Instead of the black diamond it is supposed to display, it now shows an empty square (the one that usually replaces an unknown character). The weird part is that it displayed correctly before the update, and still displays fine using the Ubuntu, Bookman Old Style and Linux Libertine G fonts (in short, using any font other than the one I prefer using).
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