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Posted · How to modify the font in the menu?

file dogm_font_data_marlin.h

code:

 


#include <utility/u8g.h>
const u8g_fntpgm_uint8_t u8g_font_6x9[2300] U8G_SECTION(".progmem.u8g_font_6x9") = {
0,6,9,0,254,6,1,137,2,254,32,255,254,7,254,6,
254,0,0,0,6,0,7,1,6,6,6,2,0,128,128,128,
128,0,128,3,3,3,6,1,3,160,160,160,5,7,7,6,
0,255,80,80,248,80,248,80,80,5,9,9,6,0,254,32,
112,168,160,112,40,168,112,32,6,8,8,6,0,255,64,168,
72,16,32,72,84,8,5,7,7,6,0,255,96,144,144,96,
152,144,104,1,3,3,6,2,3,128,128,128,2,7,7,6,
2,255,64,128,128,128,128,128,64,2,7,7,6,2,255,128,
64,64,64,64,64,128,5,5,5,6,0,0,136,80,248,80,
136,5,5,5,6,0,0,32,32,248,32,32,2,4,4,6,
2,254,192,64,64,128,5,1,1,6,0,2,248,2,2,2,
6,2,0,192,192,4,6,6,6,1,0,16,16,32,64,128,
128,4,6,6,6,1,0,96,144,144,144,144,96,3,6,6,
6,1,0,64,192,64,64,64,224,4,6,6,6,1,0,96,
144,16,32,64,240,4,6,6,6,1,0,240,32,96,16,16,
224,5,6,6,6,0,0,16,48,80,144,248,16,4,6,6,
6,1,0,240,128,224,16,16,224,4,6,6,6,1,0,96,
128,224,144,144,96,4,6,6,6,1,0,240,16,16,32,64,
64,4,6,6,6,1,0,96,144,96,144,144,96,4,6,6,
..................................
144,144,96,4,7,7,6,1,0,32,80,0,96,144,144,96,
4,7,7,6,1,0,80,160,0,96,144,144,96,4,6,6,
6,1,0,80,0,96,144,144,96,5,5,5,6,0,0,32,
0,248,0,32,4,4,4,6,1,0,112,176,208,224,4,7,
7,6,1,0,64,32,0,144,144,144,112,4,7,7,6,1,
0,32,64,0,144,144,144,112,4,7,7,6,1,0,32,80,
0,144,144,144,112,4,6,6,6,1,0,80,0,144,144,144,
112,4,9,9,6,1,254,32,64,0,144,144,144,112,144,96,
4,8,8,6,1,254,128,128,224,144,144,224,128,128,4,8,
8,6,1,254,80,0,144,144,144,112,144,96};

Question:How can I add some new words so can display in menu?

 

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Posted · How to modify the font in the menu?

If you just want to change what is displayed, you'll have to find where the info is being called from, you don't have to change the font bitmaps. What are you trying to change?

"language.h" holds a lot of the LCD message text

 

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