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Old 02-18-2010, 07:57 AM   #1
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Replacing font - where it affects?

I wish to have Thai font on my rooted Nook.

If I am not wrong, there is still no solution to replace or add fonts which are used for displaying book content. But we can replace Helvetica font which is now being used for displaying book catalog.

Apart from the book catalog, what other places in my Nook that use the Helvetica?

These are places in Nook that I want it to display Thai correctly:
1. Book catalog (My Book, or My Library)
2. Webpages rendered by Nookbrowser
3. Atom/Rss feeds retrieved by Trook

If I replace Helvetica font with the Thai font set, will the above pages use my new font?

Thanks in advance for your advice.
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