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porkpie
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reply to FastEddie

Re: LCD Clock Extension 0.4.2

On Windows Vista where do you put the font to work?
Thanks in advance for any help in this matter.

Full path if you can help me, Thank You!
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FastEddie
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Select and Right click on the Font(s) you want to install and select Install from the context menu that appear. Your font will be instaled if it is right for Windows Vista. But it will confirm your acceptance by asking you through user account control pop up window. Simply click on Continue, and you are done.


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Santa Fe
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Hmmm Strong enough for a Firefox Font but made for an LCD Clock Extension.

Tried it in Windows 7, but I go through the options menu and can't find out how to change fonts. Right click on the clock & all I get is Options/Set Alarm/Clear Alarm.
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FastEddie
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Santa Fe See Profile? Look through the threads listed in this link »LCD Clock Extension 0.4.2 There is a way to edit FireFox's userchrome to make the font work.

Here it is. Just try and change the font name and save.


.lcd-labels {
font-family: Digital Readout Thick Upright !important;
font-size: 2.0em !important;
padding: 0px 2px !important;
margin: 0px !important;

}



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Forgot all about Userchrome, thanks!
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