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Old 01-03-2013, 02:58 PM   #77
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I'd love to add a couple of the lovely fonts discussed in this thread to my Glo, but I am confused.
I believe I make a directory on the root of my Glo called Fonts. I stick the font files in there, but I am unsure how you know what to name the font files.
For instance, the couple of posts above me talk about a font I'd like to try, Linux Libertine. The folder I downloaded (thanks for the link) has various files for the fonts. The 'regular' one is called 'Linux Libertine' - that's what it says next to "font name" when I double click the file, and in the menu bar of the window that shows the font. The italic version is also called Linux libertine, but the menu bar calls it 'Linux Libertine Italic.' Would the filename 'Linux Libertine Italic.ttf' work for my Kobo? How do I know what to rename the file if it is not this?
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