Re: Anti-aliased fonts in KDE 2.2.1: ``Adobe" fonts not available when anti-aliasing enabled
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On Thursday 11 October 2001 09:53 am, Gordon Tyler wrote:
> > is marked or not. The most obvious difference is that the well-
> > known 35 Type 1 fonts (including Helvetica, Times, etc) disappear
> > when anti-aliased fonts are implemented by using the checkbox.
> Is there line like this in your XftConfig file?
> dir "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Type1"
> It should be right at the top along with a similar line that references the
> TrueType font directory.
I have the same problem, and yes, I have Type1 listed in my XftConfig. In
fact, the sample XftConfig file that Jens posted is the default config file
for debian, so unless someone has hand edited it, that's exactly what they
should already have (that sentence sucks, sorry).
I just got done adding all of keithp's suggested changes to my XftConfig, and
it didn't make any difference :-(
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