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Re: Fonts in KDE - SOLVED

On Mon, 2002-05-20 at 12:51, Jean-Michel Leclant wrote:
> > Under Openoffice, I have a plethora of truetype fonts available for
> > use.  However, openoffice is the only place they show up.

> > Under kword,
> > it lists seven fonts: charter bitstream, courier, courier 10 pitch,
> > three versions of ludicux, and utopia.  Those same seven fonts are all
> > this is available under Control Center/Look and Feel/Fonts, under
> > konsole, etc.  Shouldn't KDE be able to use ttf's?  Is there any setting
> > that's necessary to make them available?
> If you use a use a font server like xfs, you have a section in your
> /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file like :
> Section "Files"
>     FontPath "unix/:7100"   # local font server
>     FontPath "/usr/lib/X11/fonts/misc"
>     ...
> EndSection

If you're using XFree86 4.?, it isn't necessary to use a font server. 
While trying to solve this problem, I've tried xfs, xfstt and xfs-xtt. 
I don't have any of them running now.

I solved my problem by adding

dir "/path/to/truetype/fonts"

in /etc/X11/XftConfig.

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