I have been looking for the possibility to install manually a font on an ebook-reader and use that font to display downloaded ebooks. I have not found any clear answer...
The reason is as follows: there are dyslexia-optimized fonts available, reducing the number of errors while reading. The number of printed books using this font however is very limited. If it thus would be possible to download a random ebook and configure your ebook-reader in an optimized way (downloaded font, limited amount of text per row, left aligned text), this would be very interesting.
So in fact I have these questions:
- Is it possible to manually install a font on an ebook-reader?
- Is it possible to changes the font and text outline in which a ebook is displayed?
- Does the DRM-type on an ebook file influence the possibilities to change it's appearance (font, text outline) on an ebook-reader?
- Are there ebook-reader types known to be more flexible in this matter?