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Old 12-19-2011, 09:18 PM   #16
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When you connect the reader with computer, two disks appears. The disk with a larger size is the internal flash. Just make the directory /fonts on the disk and put your font file in it.
Excellent! Thank you, bigpizza!

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Thank you! The free Caecilia font looks great on the T1 screen. When trying this out make sure you set the font to "Original" in the menu.
Might I ask where one can obtain the "free Caecilia font"? Thx!
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Old 12-19-2011, 09:27 PM   #17
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Might I ask where one can obtain the "free Caecilia font"? Thx!
Right here, link courtesy of a previous post by jswinden.
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Old 12-19-2011, 10:16 PM   #18
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ok, so i thought i'd figured out what i did wrong, but it's still not working. this is my modified CSS file. is this how it should look? the corresponding fonts are in the fonts folder. caecilia still isn't showing up as the font when i set it to original

PHP Code:
@font-face font-familyseriffont-weightnormalfont-stylenormal;  srcurl(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/CaeciliaLTStd-Roman);}
@font-face font-familyseriffont-weightnormalfont-styleitalic;  srcurl(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/CaeciliaLTStd-Italic);}
@font-face font-familyseriffont-weightboldfont-stylenormal;  srcurl(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/CaeciliaLTStd-Bold);}
@font-face font-familyseriffont-weightboldfont-styleitalic;  srcurl(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/CaeciliaLTStd-BoldItalic);}

@namespace "http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml";
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calibre {
    
displayblock;
    
font-size1em;
    
line-height1.2;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-left5pt;
    
margin-right5pt;
    
margin-top0;
    
padding-left0;
    
padding-right0;
    
text-alignjustify
    
}
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calibre1 {
    
border-bottom0;
    
border-top0;
    
displayblock;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-top0;
    
padding-bottom0;
    
padding-top0;
    
text-indent1em
    
}
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calibre10 {
    
border-bottom0;
    
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displayblock;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-left0;
    
margin-right0;
    
margin-top0;
    
padding-bottom0;
    
padding-top0;
    
text-indent1em
    
}
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colorinherit;
    
cursorinherit;
    
text-decorationinherit
    
}
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displayblock;
    
font-size1.22222em;
    
font-weightbold;
    
line-height1.2;
    
margin-bottom0.83em;
    
margin-left0;
    
margin-right0;
    
margin-top2em;
    
page-break-beforealways;
    
text-aligncenter
    
}
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calibre13 {
    
font-size1.09091em;
    
line-height1.2
    
}
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calibre14 {
    
font-styleitalic
    
}
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calibre15 {
    
border-bottom0;
    
border-top0;
    
displayblock;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-top0;
    
padding-bottom0;
    
padding-top0;
    
page-break-afteralways;
    
text-indent1em
    
}
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border-bottom0;
    
border-top0;
    
displayblock;
    
height2em;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-top0;
    
padding-bottom0;
    
padding-top0;
    
text-indent1em
    
}
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displayblock;
    
line-height1.2
    
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displayblock;
    
font-size1.11111em;
    
font-weightbold;
    
line-height1.2;
    
margin-bottom1em;
    
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margin-right0;
    
margin-top2em;
    
text-aligncenter
    
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font-size1.1em;
    
line-height1.2
    
}
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displayblock;
    
font-size1.44444em;
    
font-weightbold;
    
line-height1.2;
    
margin-bottom0.67em;
    
margin-left0;
    
margin-right0;
    
margin-top1em;
    
page-break-beforealways;
    
text-aligncenter
    
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displayblock;
    
font-weightbold;
    
margin-bottom1.33em;
    
margin-left0;
    
margin-right0;
    
margin-top2em
    
}
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calibre21 {
    
font-weightbolder
    
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displayblock;
    
font-size0.88889em;
    
font-weightbold;
    
line-height1.2;
    
margin-bottom1.67em;
    
margin-left0;
    
margin-right0;
    
margin-top1em
    
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font-size1.25em;
    
line-height1.2
    
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calibre24 {
    
font-size0.77778em;
    
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vertical-alignsuper
    
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calibre25 {
    
colorblue;
    
cursorpointer;
    
text-decorationunderline
    
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calibre3 {
    
font-size1em;
    
line-height1.2
    
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calibre4 {
    
colorinherit;
    
cursorinherit;
    
line-height1.2;
    
text-decorationinherit
    
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calibre5 {
    
font-weightbolder;
    
line-height1.2
    
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calibre6 {
    
border-bottom0;
    
border-top0;
    
displayblock;
    
height1em;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-top0;
    
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text-indent1em
    
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border-bottom0;
    
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displayblock;
    
margin-bottom0;
    
margin-left0;
    
margin-right0;
    
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padding-bottom0;
    
padding-top0;
    
text-aligncenter;
    
text-indent1.5em
    
}
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calibre8 {
    
font-size1.22222em;
    
line-height1.2
    
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calibre9 {
    
heightauto;
    
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mbppagebreak {
    
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page-break-afteralways;
    
text-indent1em
    
}
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underline {
    
text-decorationunderline
    


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Old 12-19-2011, 10:45 PM   #19
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ok, so i thought i'd figured out what i did wrong, but it's still not working. this is my modified CSS file. is this how it should look? the corresponding fonts are in the fonts folder. caecilia still isn't showing up as the font when i set it to original
Do your font files have extensions?
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Old 12-19-2011, 11:46 PM   #20
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Right here, link courtesy of a previous post by jswinden.
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ok, so i thought i'd figured out what i did wrong, but it's still not working. this is my modified CSS file ...
If you renamed the fonts myfont.ttf then the code needs to be:

@font-face { font-family: serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/myfont.ttf);}

If you left the font name "CaeciliaLTStd-Roman" that's fine. But as treadlightly notes, you still need an extension -- either CaeciliaLTStd-Roman.ttf or CaeciliaLTStd-Roman.otf, whichever the case may be.

Finally, you need to call the font-family. The exact code depends on how the epub is formatted, but try adding this at the very bottom of the css file:

body, div, p { font-family: serif; }

.calibre { font-family: serif; }


Hope this helps!
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Old 12-20-2011, 12:03 AM   #21
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Do your font files have extensions?
yes, .ttf. i see i forgot to include the extensions in the code. thank you

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Thank you, treadlightly!!
If you renamed the fonts myfont.ttf then the code needs to be:

@font-face { font-family: serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/myfont.ttf);}

If you left the font name "CaeciliaLTStd-Roman" that's fine. But as treadlightly notes, you still need an extension -- either CaeciliaLTStd-Roman.ttf or CaeciliaLTStd-Roman.otf, whichever the case may be.

Finally, you need to call the font-family. The exact code depends on how the epub is formatted, but try adding this at the very bottom of the css file:

body, div, p { font-family: serif; }

.calibre { font-family: serif; }


Hope this helps!
i added the file extensions and the code you provided to the bottom of the CSS file and it worked! uggh, finally! thank you!
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Old 12-20-2011, 09:43 AM   #22
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Hi guys,

Noob here. I just received my T1 and I have been downloading books from the public library. Does this font business only work on books that you first edit on the computer and then transfer to the reader. Can I use costumed fonts on borrowed books?
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Old 12-20-2011, 09:53 AM   #23
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Hi guys,

Noob here. I just received my T1 and I have been downloading books from the public library. Does this font business only work on books that you first edit on the computer and then transfer to the reader. Can I use costumed fonts on borrowed books?
It works on any non-DRM'd epub. If your borrowed book has DRM the only option is to use the T1's standard select-a-font option, but unfortunately if you change from 'Original' the Bold & italics become unpredictable.

If you know how to remove the DRM on the borrowed books you can use font customising.
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It works on any non-DRM'd epub. If your borrowed book has DRM the only option is to use the T1's standard select-a-font option, but unfortunately if you change from 'Original' the Bold & italics become unpredictable.

If you know how to remove the DRM on the borrowed books you can use font customising.
Thanks. does it mean that I have to first get the book on a computer to do all this and then transfer it or all the procedure can be done directly from the reader?
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Thanks. does it mean that I have to first get the book on a computer to do all this and then transfer it or all the procedure can be done directly from the reader?
It all needs to be done via a computer. A non-DRM epub can be edited directly on the T1, but you'd still need the computer to perform the edits.

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Good news.

Un-rooted T1 now can use customized fonts. Got the method from a Chinese forum.

Put the customized font file in the location fonts/ in internal flash.

Add the font path in epub : res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/font.ttf

Now it works to use the user's font.
Excellent! Thank you for posting this! It really does help.
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Good news.

Un-rooted T1 now can use customized fonts. Got the method from a Chinese forum.

Put the customized font file in the location fonts/ in internal flash.

Add the font path in epub : res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/font.ttf

Now it works to use the user's font.
This works like a dream on my T1. Just added Caecilia Bold to my T1 and its gorgeous dark...loving it totally.
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Hi, I'm using sylfaen.ttf for unicode. Does it hav bold and italic? How do I specify those in @font-face statement?

@font-face {font-family: serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/sylfaen.ttf);}

body, div, p { font-family: serif; }
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that's what I'm using and it's working. Now I need bold and italic, how do I go about it?
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I'm not familiar with sylfaen, but in order to get regular, italic, bold, and bold-italic, you would need a different font file for each (many fonts include all 4 files). For example:

- sylfaen.ttf
- sylfaen-italic.ttf
- sylfaen-bold.ttf
- sylfaen-bolditalic.ttf

Put all 4 font files in the font folder on your T1.

Then you would need to do the @font-face thing for each:

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@font-face { font-family: serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/sylfaen.ttf);} 
@font-face { font-family: serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: italic; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/sylfaen-italic.ttf);} 
@font-face { font-family: serif; font-weight: bold; font-style: normal; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/sylfaen-bold.ttf);} 
@font-face { font-family: serif; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/../../mnt/sdcard/fonts/sylfaen-bolditalic.ttf);}

body, div, p { font-family: serif; }
.calibre { font-family: serif; }

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I'm not familiar with sylfaen, but in order to get regular, italic, bold, and bold-italic, you would need a different font file for each (many fonts include all 4 files). For example:

- sylfaen.ttf
- sylfaen-italic.ttf
- sylfaen-bold.ttf
- sylfaen-bolditalic.ttf

Put all 4 font files in the font folder on your T1.
To my best knowledge there's only one sylfaen.ttf file

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