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    Usb loader can't get back font

    I was messing around with some of the settings on usb loader gx and one I should not have touched. I changed the font and now it is so small that I can't make out any of the letters! I can't fix it because I can't even see any labeled buttons. Does anyone know how I can undo the mess I've created. Does anyone know where there may be screen shots of the screen? Maybe if I had that I could get to the right screen to fix it.
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    Delete the global .cfg file, likely in /apps/usbloader_gx, then launch GX to start with all defaults.

    Or if you think you can go in and modify the .cfg file to find the area that picks the font and comment out that line to force just that line-item to be set to default, go for it. But if that sounds too confusing, then just delete the .cfg file.

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    Windows would not let me into alter file. I did download a viewer so I can see what is in the file. Is there a way I can change it?

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    It's likely a text file in UNIX/Mac format (using char10 only for newlines instead of both char10 and char13 -- but you don't care about that). So basically, if you open it with notepad, it looks like one large single-line mess.

    Yes, there are editors that will detect the UNIX text format, but they aren't free or easy to use that I know of. So I would just suggest that you rename/delete the file to something else to force the .cfg file to be created from scratch.

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