Originally Posted by Jimmy-Jim
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.
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.