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Old 01-17-2013, 04:42 PM   #883
Kai771
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Originally Posted by thomass View Post
Thanks for the suggestion. I already have Debian on VB, will try to use this.

I tried your output on Touch KPV, but it quits KPV as soon as it opens it. but text seems OK for this really short time.
Strange, it works fine on my K3. I tried both last official release, kindlepdfviewer-v2012.11.zip and more recent kindlepdfviewer-cache-fix.zip version. But obviously, they're different than touch version.

This probably won't be of any help to you, but I also first tried replacing the fonts. I took times.ttf, timesi.ttf, timesbd.ttf, timesbi.ttf from my Win7 box, converted them to .cff using http://www.freefontconverter.com/, renamed them to NimbusRomNo9L* (since that's the font similar to Times) - but only got empty page in KPV.

Edit: Correction, first I just tried copying above mentioned .ttf files to fonts folder. That didn't have any effect.

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Kai771

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