On Friday 27 June 2008, Praveen A wrote: > We have fixed some rendering bugs in AnjaliOldLipi and MalOtf (now > called Kalyani), part of ttf-malayalam-fonts package. We have also > added a fontconfig rule to make the size of Meera_04.ttf comparable to > Latin glyphs (it is a very common complaint that font size is smaller > for Meera). There is no change to the udeb. Since we are close to > release and this package creates a udeb we wanted to check with d-i > team before uploading it. Proposed changes are committed to the > debian-in alioth repository. We would really love to see this in > lenny. If the font size changes (which IMO is a good thing), we will probably need to adjust the "font size correction" currently done in D-I by the gtk-set-font script in the rootskel-gtk package. Or does the "There is no change to the udeb" mean that the size for the font included in the udeb was not changed? Note that we _do_ currently increase the font size by 2 points in the installer: the default font size in the installer is 9, but for Indic languages we use 11. Having a better "standard size 9" for the font in the udeb would IMO be preferable in the long run. I also see that we currently don't actually set a font for Indic languages (like we do for some others), but that's probably OK. Cheers, FJP
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