Configure Opera Mini to make Amharic and other custom text visible

1) In Opera Mini, visit opera:config by typing it into the URL bar:

Opera_config

2) Find "Use bitmap fonts for complex scripts", set it to "Yes", and click "Save":

Opera-mini-config

You may also need to switch off "Single column view" in Opera Mini Settings.

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