With DAKboard customization is key. We like to make sure our users can get what they want out of their displays, and with that in mind, we have added a lot of new fonts as well as keeping the old methods to put your custom fonts in place.

Font Selector:

Hundreds of new fonts are now available to be applied to Custom Screen blocks! The new font selector may be found under the Formatting tab of any text-based blocks. With the list being so large, we offer to filter on up to five types: Serif, Sans Serif, Display, Handwriting, or Monospaced. Just open your Block Editor, click on the Formatting tab, click the Text dropdown, and select More Fonts...:

Additionally, the name of fonts may be searched by entering text into the Search for fonts… field. Once a font is selected, the “Lorem ipsum” sample text below the selector will change to display an example of what the font will look like:

Of course, font size, color, and alignment options will also still be available for tailoring its appearance. The standard font selector will remain with a short list of the popular fonts we have always offered: 

Add a Custom Font to your Screen:

With the Styles block and the Custom CSS Rules, you can add any internet-hosted font that you like to your DAKboard screen. Just find an online Free Font Library of your choosing and use the following steps:

Find a Font you like in your free library. In our example, we are using
Open the font you want to use find the URL to the font and copy it out. Be sure to only copy the URL and not the rest of the information. See the highlighted example below:

Go to your Screen you want to add the custom font, click the Styles dropdown, and open the ADD CUSTOM CSS RULE section seen below:

Add the URL inside this block using the "@import URL" code as seen below:

Next copy the font-family line from your Font Library. See below:

Back in DAKboard, on a new line type “body {” then paste in your font, and add a closing bracket: “}”. The entire code can be seen below:

The entire entry should look something like this:

@import URL ('');

body {
font-family: 'FuturaRennerRegular';
font-weight: normal;
font-style: normal;

Once completed your Screen will have the custom fonts as seen below:

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