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Re: Sick and tired of the little font boxes

On Tue, Jul 09, 2002 at 08:26:26PM -0500, Peter Clark wrote:
> 	I don't understand this at all: I cannot get the fonts to display properly in 
> KDE. Most of the TrueType and all of the Type1 fonts come out as boxes. I'm 
> running KDE 3.0.2 and xfs-xtt 1.3.0 (i.e., the latest). Anti-aliasing is 
> enabled. (Although disabling doesn't help anything.) There are only an odd 
> handful of fonts that work, all of which are the MS fonts. The odd thing is 
> that everything looks fine under GNOME. I've tried nuking my ~/.kde 
> directory, but to no avail. What gives?
> 	:Peter

Are you using version 4 or later of X?

What does Section "Module" say in your /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file?

If you are using version 4 or later of X, you could try disabling
xfs-xtt to see if the font display changes. To disable xfs-xtt just remove the 7110
FontPath entry. Instead of using xfs X will use the FontPath entries


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