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Re: Creating a /etc/fonts/local.conf with different font order

On Sat, 2004-10-23 at 12:42, Konstantinos Margaritis wrote:
> It does, but only temporarily. For some reason, when I do a first 
> login to KDE for a new user, in the 'eyecandy' screen of 
> KPersonalizer, if font antialising is checked, then KDE overrides the 
> default fonts (even if I have set them 
> in /etc/kde3/system.kdeglobals) and instead selects Nimbus Sans L as 
> default fonts. It does fall back to Free* for greek glyphs, but 
> certainly this is not what I want.
> > This is a bug in OpenOffice.org. When using the "Sans" alias, it
> > should fall back to other fonts when some glyphs are not available.
> > That's what pango (and now, it seems, KDE) does.
> I'm cc'ing the OpenOffice guys, for that. Chris, Rene any ideas? Maybe 
> this is the fix that you mentioned is going to be in 1.1.3?

No, this is the problem I said will not be fixed properly until 2.0, I'm


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