A CustomFonts.mcml file can be used to override the fonts used by MediaBrowser.
To begin, make sure you have started Media Browser at least once before, if not then start and close it.
Navigate to “c:\programdata\mediabrowser” where you will find a file named “Fonts_DoNotEdit.mcml”. Make a copy of this file and rename it to “CustomFonts.mcml” in the same folder. You can now edit the font parameters in this new file.
The fonts are split into section for the different pages.
WARNING: any error in this file, or even the release of a new version of MediaBrowser, may cause MediaBrowser to crash on certain pages or to fail to load, depending on the type of error.
If you have problems with MediaBrowser when using a CustomFonts.mcml, first try renaming the file to “CustomFonts.off” to disable it and see if it fixes the problem.
If it does fix it, try comparing your file with the Fonts_DoNotEdit.mcml, which is automatically generated when MediaBrowser works correctly, to find any missing or incorrect entries.
If you are using a theme other than the default then you will need to create a file specific to that theme, with the themes' name at the start of the file, for example, the custom fonts file for Vanilla is called VanillaCustomFonts.mcml. After you have installed and used the theme in which you would like to use custom fonts then all of the fonts it uses should be present in the
Fonts_DoNotEdit.mcml file inside
Simply copy the fonts relevant to the theme you are using into a new file named appropriately for the theme.
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