MagicMirror special characters
I have finished setting up my Raspberry Pi 3B with MagicMirror (the install was done with the automatic bash script).
However some special Hungarian characters not displayed with the Roboto font (but with some basic font). Like ‘ő, ű’ etc…
Can I somehow replace the Roboto font which contains these characters? If yes how can I apply to the whole setup, not for specific modules?
Also where I can find a font which contains all characters? On Google Font I just found the one which doesn’t contain these characters…
Using it in illustrator I have no issue, the ő ű is rendered in the same font.
Yes, I also didn’t had any problems with this before. But before applying this config to Raspberry I also installed it on a VM (Debian), I had the same issue there (but I thought that I missed something during the manual install).
Here is what it looks like on the mirror:
(The ő at the end)
It actually looks like it uses the roboto font, but for some reason it is using another weight on the ő.
(say it is roboto-thin for the text but for some reason it is using roboto-medium on the ő)
@broberg Exactly. But I don’t know why. I have read in an earlier Github issue, that some minimized fonts were loaded, but that was marked as solved. Can it be that since today, MagicMirror uses some other fontkit which doesn’t include this characters? Other ‘special’ characters are okay…
Maybe, test it by downloading it from dafont and put it in the font-folder and change the font-css to use that instead
@broberg Can you give me a kind of detailed instructions how to do this?
Which I have tried, didn’t help at all.
Investigating the issue more, it seems that only newsfeed has this problem, not the whole MM.
I have tried changing the encoding of the rss feeds, installing all roboto fonts, etc… Nothing helped yet.
Anyone who can help with this?