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Old 02-06-2010, 01:01 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by mbelec View Post
I haven't seen this question answered. Is it possible to adjust the darkness of the type itself on a PRS-600? Sometimes I feel like there isn't enough contrast between the type and the backscreen and wish I could make the type a little bolder. Anyone?
If you make your own ebooks, one thing you could try is to change the font. I used to use Thorndale (a font similar to Times New Roman) as my main font for my ebooks and it was a bit light. I started using Georgia as my main font and the text was darker.

The best thing to do is experiment with a number of fonts to see which one looks the best on your ereader.

To provide an example:


Times New Roman

Georgia

Garamond
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