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Re: Font uglifacation after apt-get upgrade

also sprach Mateusz Papiernik <mati@mati.rm.pl> [2003.06.05.1518 +0200]:
> I found some hint on debian-user-polish. I had the problem too, but 
> some weeks ago. I had to uncomment local font server (unix:7100
> or sth) from XF86Config. And as I said, on debian-user-polish
> I found, that commenting line 
> #       FontPath        "/usr/lib/X11/fonts/Type1"
> solves that problem. Try it - maybe it'll help :) 

It solves part of the problem. It replaces the fonts with an
entirely different set, which is nice, but I don't want it.

Is it too much to ask for to have Helvetica stay Helvetica over
upgrades? I mean, this is Debian after all...

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