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    As was said, best bet is the official screen. HOWEVER, one of my instances uses a smaller screen connected via HDMI. Because it's the same resolution, things display fine, but I had to manually set the resolution on the PI configuration. It's NOT a touch screen, however, so I can't speak about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcutting View Post
    You could try using CustomClock to create a custom Now Playing screen.

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    I didn't know that this was an option, thanks.
    I shall look into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valnar View Post
    Does anyone have a good shopping list cart for what will make a decent Squeezebox Touch replacement? There are so many LCD panels out there, and I haven't found a decent case yet that doesn't keep the Pi2 exposed in the back. I also don't know what PiCorePlayer/Jivelite supports "out of the box."

    Any recommendations? I'm willing to pay to make it look nicer or more professional vs something that actually looks cobbled together.
    This could be what you're after: https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi...lay-case-black
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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeMonkee View Post
    I saw that, but I couldn't tell if it supported any HAT's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valnar View Post
    I saw that, but I couldn't tell if it supported any HAT's.
    Ah yes, of course. Maybe send 'em an email?

    FWIW, I bought an IQaudIO Pi-DAC+ (http://www.iqaudio.co.uk/home/8-pi-d...411999650.html), a pimoroni Pibow audio (https://shop.pimoroni.com/collection...ts/pibow-audio - unfortunately, it's been out of stock for some time), and a 7" touchscreen with pimoroni case for it (https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/r...lay-with-frame) and they all fit together (after the removal of a few layers from the DAC case) into a somewhat neat package.
    I've attached some images so you can see how it came together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firebelli View Post
    Hello ralphy, thank you for your suggestion. Great, now Jivelite shows songs or artists in Japanese perfectly! Here is my final change.

    1. Save your favorite font (mine is ipagp.ttf) at: /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/optional/

    2. Create a script and save it in the same directory as well (e.g. ReplaceFont.sh).
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    cd /opt/jivelite/share/jive/fonts
    sudo rm FreeSans.ttf
    sudo rm FreeSansBold.ttf
    sudo ln -s /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/optional/ipagp.ttf FreeSans.ttf
    sudo ln -s /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/optional/ipagp.ttf FreeSansBold.ttf
    3. Specify this script as user command in Tweaks menu of pCP.
    Code:
    /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/optional/ReplaceFont.sh
    4. Reboot pCP.

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    Hi firebelli

    I follow this step by step, but still not be displayed correctly.have any suggestions or key point? tks~

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    Quote Originally Posted by chijen View Post
    Hi firebelli

    I follow this step by step, but still not be displayed correctly.have any suggestions or key point? tks~
    Hi chijen - my quick guess is you might need to check the permission of ReplaceFont.sh, which should be readable and executable.

    Also you might be able to find the error message of user command at the bottom of pcp_boot.log, which can be seen in 'beta' mode, on 'log' tab in 'diagnostic' menu on 'main page' of pCP.
    Please share more detail if it does not work for you yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firebelli View Post
    Hi chijen - my quick guess is you might need to check the permission of ReplaceFont.sh, which should be readable and executable.

    Also you might be able to find the error message of user command at the bottom of pcp_boot.log, which can be seen in 'beta' mode, on 'log' tab in 'diagnostic' menu on 'main page' of pCP.
    Please share more detail if it does not work for you yet.
    Hi firebelli

    the font is download from here " ipagp00303.zip "
    http://ipafont.ipa.go.jp/old/ipafont/download.html

    ReplaceFont.sh in here
    https://github.com/chijen/test/blob/...ReplaceFont.sh

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    Log file is this page?I do not see the error message.


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    Check script is executable.

    $ ls -l

    or

    $ la

    if not

    $ sudo chmod 750 ReplaceFont.sh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Erskine View Post
    Check script is executable.

    $ ls -l

    or

    $ la

    if not

    $ sudo chmod 750 ReplaceFont.sh


    Hi Greg

    ReplaceFont.sh script is executable.

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