For anyone that has Android 4.2, you may have noticed the new lockscreen clock and not liked how it had a bold font for the hour and a light font for the minutes.
Luckily, 4.2 allows you to put widgets on the lockscreen and even replace the default clock widget.
You can download our fix to this problem here for free.
By default it works just like the stock widget, but replaces the bold hour font with the same light font that the minutes use. You can also configure it to choose a different font for the clock and/or date, make the date and alarm not appear in all-caps, hide the alarm if you have one, and select one of several colors for each element of the widget.
There is also a donate version that is mostly just if you think the app is worth $1.99 and want to donate, but as of version 1.2, it also adds the option to pick custom colors other than the presets.