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Interface font overhaul, with more realistic print.

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Replaces all common interface fonts with more visually pleasing and realistic ones while maintaining a "lore friendly" feel.
Changes the method that text is displayed on books and notes to make it appear less like they were created with inkjet printers.
Edits all book interface graphics that have improper transparencies so they don't look like stickers anymore.

Supports English French Italian German & Spanish!
Versions with only book or interface edits provided in the optional files.

Should be compatible with virtually every mod unless they alter the book.swf, fontconfig.txt, or book graphic texture files.
Fully compatible with interface mods that use the system fonts and all book and paper retextures.
Compatible with any new books added by other mods, although the page breaks and page formatting may not fall exactly where they were intended by the original authors (Book Covers Skyrim - Lost Library for example). All text will display fine, just not as aesthetically pleasing as it could be. Thanks to DanielCoffey for bringing this to my attention.

Sovngarde - Mist's Font Replacer SE patch provided in optional files.
Enderal Font For Skyrim SE patch provided in optional files courtesy of nisavid.

Just use your favorite mod manager or drag and drop contents of the archive directly into your Skyrim data folder. Fully supports NMM install.

V1.3 - Fixed text being cut off or rescaled in the UI. Adjusting spacing between lines of text in all fonts. Enhanced immersion.
V1.2 - Added support for French, Italian, German, and Spanish. Accentuated immersive properties.
V1.1 - Fixed bug with base game where the vanilla font was used when "Handwritten Bold" was applied to any book text, regardless of bindings in fontconfig.txt. Improved immersion.
V1.0 - Initial Release


Fertigo Pro by exljbris
Anke Calligraphic by Anke Arnold
Morris Roman designed by William Morris in 1893. Digitized by Dieter Steffmann