Change All Fonts In WM6.5.x!
MysticGenius has started a thread to collect different fonts to replace the default font in a lot of applications on Windows Mobile 6.5.x Builds. To start off, MysticGenius already supplies one nice new font and other users have joined in and submitted other new fonts. Enjoy getting yourself a new font or suggest one!
Originally Posted by MysticGenius
When I had a Diamond I used to use Brian’s themes. I really liked his system font, so I decided to update it for the HD2 and WM6.5.x.
Credit goes to bilbobrian for the original Idea!! – Thanks Muchly!!
This will not work on WM6.1, the fonts are named differently!
This will change the font of: Manila, Pin Entry Pad, HTC Messaging, Taskbar, Total Commander, Windows Mobile Menus
Start Menu, Titanium Plugin (First Screenshot), USB To PC Pop Up, Comm Manager, “Press & Hold” Symbols on the HTC Touch Input, System Popups & S2U2 Pin Entry Pad.
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