From: Stephen Viles (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Aug 15 2003 - 06:24:20 EDT
15/08/03 10:35:42 AM, Raphael Finkel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> AbiWord on Unix actually knows < 0 about locating,
>> loading, and using fonts. It leaves all of this up to
>> FontConfig. Which means that FontConfig on box A is
>> probably set up slightly differently than FontConfig
>> on box B.
>Thanks for the tip. That is exactly what was happening:
>FontConfig looks at configuration in /etc/fonts/fonts.conf, which points
>to /usr/share/fonts, which has different contents on box A (lots of
>stuff) and B (practically nothing).
>I'll add this information to my personal "how to's for translators". It
>might be useful for AbiWord documentation to point out something about
>fonts on Unix.
Minimal at present, contributions and extensions welcomed.
Cheers - Stephen.
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