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Hi All,

I don't know if this has been asked before but I am relatively new to the modding scene. I have a Note 3 and I once came across an Xposed module where I can change system-wide fonts within the module. Sadly, I uninstalled it (was just checking its available options then). Now, I can't seem to remember what the name of the module is. One thing I remember about it is not having to reboot the device every single time you want to apply a specific font style (sort of like GravityBox) where you can test the changes when the option is enabled. I hope some one can shed some light on this. Thank you in advance and more power.
 
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GravityBox is for Vanilla/AOSPs, meaning more Nexusish devices...

Wanam Xposed is the best bet for you as it is only for Samsung roms
 
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Thank you for the reply. Gravitybox works fine for me as of the moment. I also use Wanam Xposed as well. My question is if there's a module in Xposed Installer that changes fonts on the fly without having to reboot every change you make?
 
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Hi All,

I don't know if this has been asked before but I am relatively new to the modding scene. I have a Note 3 and I once came across an Xposed module where I can change system-wide fonts within the module. Sadly, I uninstalled it (was just checking its available options then). Now, I can't seem to remember what the name of the module is. One thing I remember about it is not having to reboot the device every single time you want to apply a specific font style (sort of like GravityBox) where you can test the changes when the option is enabled. I hope some one can shed some light on this. Thank you in advance and more power.
I think this is what you're after. Change fonts on the fly on a per app basis. As for setting system fonts without a reboot or at least a hotboot I think you will find that it is not possible.

Or you could check this out. Or add your own to SamsungSans.apk.

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iFont is a good app for download and set a great variety of font

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...pp.ifont&hl=it
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