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Old 02-21-2013, 11:12 PM   #432
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Originally Posted by Jimmy-Jim View Post
I've changed the title of this from "Hide Fonts" to Font Config. It now includes two buttons:
  • Hide Fonts - Creates a configuration file to hide the fonts found in the user-edited text file "fonts.txt"
  • Restore Fonts - Removes the configuration file with an addition- see below.
When Restore fonts is executed, it also writes another configuration which allows one to use /mnt/us/fonts/alternate.conf. You can place your own configuration file- like the one found here- in the same location as your custom fonts (USE_ALT_FONTS method). Ensure you name the file alternate.conf and not local.conf.
Thanks to DuckieTigger for discovering this.

You can also add other customizations, but I'm not sure what and what doesn't work on the Kindle.

Instructions:
Previous users of Hide Fonts, first remove the hideFonts folder from your Kindle: extensions/hideFonts

Download the attached zip, drag the fontConfig folder to extensions.

The file fontConfig/fontlist/fonts.txt includes all the extra fonts that appear when USE_ALT_FONTS is applied. This list can be edited with any Unix-friendly editor such as Notepad++.

Launch KUAL and select "Hide Fonts". A restart is necessary.

If you want to restore the hidden fonts, select "Restore Fonts". Also, you can use this button to enable the alternate.conf file as explained above.
Indexed. http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...11&postcount=9

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