Re: Still those unreadable fonts
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- Subject: Re: Still those unreadable fonts
- From: Hendrik Sattler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 01:57:57 +0200
- Message-id: <01051601575702.08389@linux>
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On Wednesday, 16. May 2001 01:56, Hendrik Sattler wrote:
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> On Wednesday, 16. May 2001 00:26, Frank Dekervel wrote:
> > if you can't see webpages with utf-8, i guess you should search for
> > 'utf-8' on bugs.kde.org to find the 'right' fix, but a quick fix is :
> the idea was correct at the beginning but the fix is completely different.
> The search leads to
> where you find ttfmkfontdir at the bottom of the page. It creates this
> obvious needed font.dir entries (not fonts.dir as described on that page)
> for is10646-1 that konqueror uses for utf-8
> It completely fixed it all.
> In debian you only have to install libttf2-dev to compile that very small
> but great tool.
I forgot: I then chose tahoma as default for general fonts.
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