cant change fonts

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    I have tried using the allinone script as well as absolute system, both claim the font is applied. I reboot, and my default font is unchanged.
    little help?
     
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    im having the same problem except i have changed the font once already to a font that is somewhat hard to read and i need to change it badly
     
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    i and others have had issues with superuser v2.2.2 so i don't think it's lithmod. in terminal emulator, did you type the following before applying the fonts?
    $ su allinone
    # allinone


    there are two other simple ways i can think of to do this after performing a backup, of course.

    one way is to copy the fonts (.tff files), using root explorer or another file explorer (in godmode), to /system/fonts. remember to remount as r/w. then, reboot.

    another (which is what i did just because i always make some changes to the update.zip) is to reinstall the update.zip after drag and dropping the fonts (.tff files) into /system/fonts folder in the update.zip using 7zip or winrar.

    i hope that helps :)

    best,
    rf
     
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    You could also use the fonts under forkup in rom manager.
     
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