Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Multifont: testing & feedback
Re: Multifont: testing & feedback
From: XavierGr <xaviergr_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2006 18:35:30 +0200
So there is no way to select a font for a screen inside rockbox.
I will have to edit my configuration files, right?
I used nimbues 14 on H300, since I dind't know how to load other fonts for
other screens I am not sure about the HD spinning.
I will try again your with your patch later.
The idea seems right, but a font slector gui must be created.
On 26/02/06, bk <mutualaid_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-02-26 at 18:01 +0200, XavierGr wrote:
> > I tried the patch but I must say that I encountered a lot of errors.
> > 1) How can I select a specific font for a specific menu(screen)?
> > It seems that it will choose the font for the main UI, but I can't
> > change the WPS font.
> Add the appropriate line to the theme .cfg file (wpsfont for the WPS
> font) and reload the theme. Example:
> # Testing theme
> wps: /.rockbox/wps/iAmp.wps
> browserfont: /.rockbox/fonts/proportional.fnt
> wpsfont: /.rockbox/fonts/nimbus-12.fnt
> menufont: /.rockbox/fonts/snap.fnt
> tunerfont: /.rockbox/fonts/atadore.fnt
> statusbar: on
> rwps: /.rockbox/wps/iAmp.rwps
> > 2) Do you load fonts in the cache or you load the glyphs from the
> > disk?
> > I see that every time I change screen the HD spins up (with dircache
> > on).
> > 3) I saw some scrolling bugs. When scrolling occured the font changed
> > from the scrolling line.
> I haven't seen any of these errors on my builds (certainly not the
> scrolling bug). What device are you using? All existing font code is
> reused (including glyph cache), if a font is less than 10k it is loaded
> into memory, otherwise the glyph cache is used.
> Also, what fonts are you using? Perhaps if you're using large unicode
> fonts it might cause the HD to spin up whenever changing fonts
> (reloading the glyph cache maybe?). However even when I tested
> unifont.fnt I didn't notice anything like that. Screen changing has been
> instantaneous in my experience.
> thanks for testing,
Received on 2006-02-26