Additional fonts for e-book reader



Fonts for e-book POCKETBOOK, LBOOK, ONYX BOOX


Thin black lines and fine details are perceived by a human eye as grey. The font located on the image at the left, looks less brightly, than a font represented on the right. Unfortunately, not all manufacturers of electronic books supply the device with bright, well readable fonts.

For those electronic books, which support function of loading of additional fonts of TTF format (True Tupe Fonts), we have created a special set from eight various bold fonts. In this set proportionally on 25 % are thickened all four type of each of fonts - normal, bold, italic, bold italic.

To use such set, you need to download archive from this site and to unpack it in a certain folder on a SD-card or in internal memory of the e-book reader. You can see the exact name of a folder and its arrangement in the operating manual of the electronic book reader.


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