The BetterFonts mod adds TrueType/OpenType font support for Minecraft. This mod will use the fonts installed on your system for drawing text instead of the builtin bitmap fonts that come with Minecraft. Languages such as Arabic and Hindi look much better with this mod since both require complex layout that the bitmap fonts simply can’t

BetterFonts Mod

The BetterFonts mod provides TrueType/OpenType font assistance for Minecraft. This mod use the fonts set up on your own system for drawing textual content rather than the builtin bitmap fonts that include Minecraft. Languages such as for example Arabic and Hindi appear much better with this particular mod since both need complex design that the bitmap fonts basically cant supply. All in-game text changes to use the brand new fonts which includes GUIs, the F3 debug display screen, chat, and also signs. This mod must have small or no effect on performance.

Screenshots:

Unicode Textual content in Chat:

You start with 1.3.2, both normal Minecraft server and CraftBukkit allow making use of full Unicode text inside chat. Sadly, the Minecraft client posseses an older edition of the LWJGL library which doesnt deal with keyboard layouts correctly. You will need to move manually upgrade LWJGL to the most recent version, if you want Unicode assistance in chat.

Set up:

  • Set up is equivalent to for any additional mod
  • Extract the contents of the downloaded .zip document into your minecraft.jar, and be sure to delete the META-INF folder inside of minecraft.jar
  • This mod works with with OptiFine and MCPatcher, but ensure that you set it up after either mod.

For Minecraft 1.5.1

https://minecraft365.internet/download/BetterFonts-Mod-1.5.1.zip

For Minecraft 1.4.7

https://minecraft365.internet/download/BetterFonts-Mod-1.4.7.zip


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Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.