It has been an exciting set of beta releases! Thanks to user feedback and all of our testers, public and internal! Without everyone involved, this release wouldn’t have been possible.

Font Manager 3.0.1 is here at last, and it comes packed with a whole host of new features, improvements, and increased compatibility. In addition, we’ve been busy adding new fonts and emojis to the list – thanks to our designer along with several community members for helping us with that.

From the beautifully designed interface, to the ease of use, to the increased compatibility over other options, you’ll need nothing else when it comes to customizing and changing your fonts and emojis. And if you need help, be sure to head to our contact page to find out how to get support.

Please note that Font Manager is the replacement for Fontifier and FontRevival, both of which are no longer supported because of serious bugs!

Usage

All you have to do do use the module is fire up a terminal emulator (TermUX is a very good one) and type su -c manage_fonts and follow the on screen instructions.

Once you do that, you’ll be greeted with a screen telling you current font and emoji selection, and the option to change either, update the lists (make sure to do this regularly), reboot (to apply font or emoji changes), revert to stock fonts (removes all applied fonts and emojis), or exit the module.

When selecting a font or emoji, it’s recommended to copy and paste the option you want – you must type the exact name.

For example, if I want “Montserrat” font I would type exactly that.

You must reboot after applying your desired changes, and don’t forget to update the lists often – we add and remove fonts or emojis regularly!

What’s new?

A lot of things! Here’s a summary:

  • New interface
  • Rebranded to reflect ability
  • Better compatibility
  • Improved performance
  • New fonts and emojis added
  • Refactoring throughout

What are you waiting for? Hit that download button to get the latest!


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