|12-30-2011, 08:19 AM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2011
Device: Nook 1st Edition
language specific custom fonts hacking
I am trying to read epub files with built-in Turkish fonts.
Currently I use Calibre to make an epub to epub conversion hoping that the resultant epub won't show any ? mark instead of turkish specific characters.
So far I have failed.
I know this has been achieved for Sony readers and is available on a wonderful thread here:
Since this is related to Nook, not Sony, I though there should be separate thread here as well.
Post #9, #18 for Sony implementation and #256 for current issues with Nook Classic might be of interest to you all.
Could anyone give a hand please.
|embed, epub, font, hack|
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