Acekard skin editor, how to change clock font size?

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Apr 10, 2009
  1. VistaXP
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    Newcomer VistaXP Member

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    I'm using the Acekard skin editor and I don't see a way to change the clock size font lower to 8 pt Verdana, can someone help?
     
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    try making the graphic smaller. what you see is the 'clock_numbers.bmp' file.

    -another world
     
  3. VistaXP
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    I've tried making it smaller, but it stay large. I've tried looking at others skins but their clocks are all large fonts.
     
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    Member Normmatt Former AKAIO Programmer

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    resize the actual bmp image as its drawn based on the width and height of the bmp file.
     
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    Ok nevermind, its a bit buggy on Acekard skin editor but works ok in Ak edit. Now is their a way to change the font style (letters)? I don't see an option for that...
     
  6. VatoLoco

    Member VatoLoco Don't crush that dwarf, hand me the pliers.

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    Theres no easy toggle to switch fonts around, but it can be done manually.
    First off you need some fonts. Heres a font pack that gelu put totether. Put them in the fonts folder thats in the __aio folder.
    Now go to the language folder (also found in the __aio folder) and open the lang_en and edit the language.txt w/a text editor to change the font.
    Code:
    [font]
    main = tahoma.pcf

    oh yeah, dont use wenquanyi_9pt.pcf, Smiths committed it out of AKAIO due to problems it caused
     

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