How do I use different fonts in AKAIO?

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Oct 6, 2010
  1. Clookster
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    Here you can download 12 fonts for Akaio that I've found and collected:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?xhbjhiq2fic9gx2

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    Put them into the "fonts" folder of Akaio.

    To change the font, simply go into the "language" folder of Akaio and choose your language.

    Open "language.txt" with a text editor and choose the font you'd like to use (right at the start of the document):

    Code:
    [font]
    main = liberation.pcf
    language = 6
    
    [start menu]
    Start = Start
    Copy = Kopieren
    (...)
    Done. [​IMG]

    To convert an existing font into an Akaio font:

    Download this tool from Xenon++
    http://leafmoon.users.sourceforge.net/xeno...fontcnv_rev2.7z

    Now search for a font that you like. You have plenty of them in the "Font" folder in your "Windows" folder at your PC.

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    Put the font in Xenon++'s folder ("akaio_fontcnv_rev2") you just downloaded.

    Now drag and drop the font to "convert.bat". That's it.

    Now you place the font in the "fonts" folder of Akaio, and change "language.txt" again.
     
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    Thanks, that's from Xenon++.

    I'll edit the first posting later.

    Basically, you take a font from Windows/Font of your PC, drag and drop it to "convert.bat" in Xenon's akaio_fontcnv_rev2, and that's it.

    Quite usefull... [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you! Now, I can change the font on the Akaio.
     

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