X3TC (X3 Terran Conflict) larger (bigger) GUI text font

These zip files contain larger font files then original for X3:Terran Conflict game (tahoma13.tga and tahoma13.abc which reside in “root_game\f” folder)

1) Trebuchet MS 10 Font (preferred): [Download not found]

2) Trebuchet MS 11 Font : [Download not found]

Extract them in the root game directory.

These files was made using the x3fontmaker: [Download not found] (mirror)

Comments 5

  1. datone wrote:

    What exactly is/where is “root_game\f ‘ folder”

    I don’t seem to have this folder and dropping the “f” folder into the “X3 Reunion” folder does not do anything. I also tried taking the fonts out of “f” and putting them in “X3 Reunion”.
    Same result.
    Since I find the small font makes the game virtually unplayable I am keen to try this out.

    Posted 29 Jan 2011 at 16:48
  2. Kay wrote:

    this is for Terran Conflict not Reunion. I had no “f” folder as well in the directory, so I created one and put the abc and tga in it and it works like a charme :)

    Thx a lot for this neat tool!

    Posted 28 Nov 2011 at 20:18
  3. Ralf wrote:

    Thanks from me too, finally i can read the ingame menues 😀

    Posted 27 May 2012 at 16:01
  4. harold5187 wrote:

    This is awesome, thanks! I played X3TC in XP with no font problems, using the ingame font, can’t understand why it’s different in Windows 7. Are there any other fonts you can recommend that I can grab from you, the font you gave is good, but some of the text wraps to the next line? But at least I can see it now, which is 100% improvement. If you happen to have one, you can email it to me at [email protected] as an attachment, and I can just drop it in the egosoft f folder.

    Thanks again for this awesome game fix

    Posted 21 Sep 2012 at 03:17
  5. Nancho Alvarez wrote:

    Just a side note for linux users:
    The name of the folder should be F (capital F, not f), and the name of the two files should be Tahoma13.abc and Tahoma13.tga, with capital T.
    Thanks very much.

    Posted 28 Sep 2013 at 02:15

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