FontSwap for iP4

Benji222

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Dec 21, 2009
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I am going to try it soon, Im tethering with Handylight right now so gimme a sec and ill edit this :p

So what do you want me to test?
Working fine on my end.
 

mcqueen

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Jun 29, 2010
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I'm only getting it to work for LockClock and Notes, no System font replacement. Anyone else? :confused:
 

map1978

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Feb 9, 2006
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Hmm I installed fontswap, selected a font, and respring the homescreen, but the font doesn't change

Am I missing something?

Also anyone got status notifier to work?
 

Benji222

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Dec 21, 2009
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yeah system replacement isnt working for me either.
Now when i type a password in instead of making the letter a little filled in circle (after typing the next letter) its a big block in the way :/
 

FLAVAH

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Aug 1, 2008
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I haven't used fontswap, but when I had my 3GS, I manually went into /system/library/fonts/cache/ and then switched out the Helvetica (system font) with the font of my choice. However, that was using a .ttf file, and I went in and tried to do it again, but it looks like the iOS4 on this iP4 is using a .ttc, which is an entire collection of fonts for Helvetica, versus one font for bold, italic, thin, etc. I'm guessing maybe that's why fontswap is not working.
 

F123D

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Sep 16, 2008
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yeah system replacement isnt working for me either.
Now when i type a password in instead of making the letter a little filled in circle (after typing the next letter) its a big block in the way :/
Same with me but I actually find the blocks pretty neat. I like them.
 

hackthatphone

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Jul 28, 2010
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Welcome to a couple months ago when we had this same problem on the 3G and 3G S. The system font is now in a ttc format which includes many fonts.

Decoding of this format and reencoding with your altered fonts needs to be figured out.
 

motty2307

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Feb 1, 2010
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Welcome to a couple months ago when we had this same problem on the 3G and 3G S. The system font is now in a ttc format which includes many fonts.

Decoding of this format and reencoding with your altered fonts needs to be figured out.
Cool...thanks.
 
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