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Bug#113054: marked as done (grey boxes instead of letters in some applications)

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Package: xfonts-75dpi
Version: 4.1.0-5

Some applications, e.g. nedit, show small grey boxes instead of letters
in the menu bar. The problem seems to occur when also using
xserver-common/-svga in version 3.3.6; on another computer with xserver
v.4.x everything is fine.
Downgrading the xfonts-75dpi package to version 4.0.3-4 fixes the
problem (sorry, I did not yet have the time for a closer examination).
I am using Debian Woody, kernel 2.2.19pre11 and libc6 2.2.4-1.

Best regards,

Jan Harnisch

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Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 18:36:57 +0100
From: Alexandre Pineau <alexandre.pineau@free.fr>
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Subject: Close bug #113054
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I close the bug 113054. I cannot reproduce it with nedit 5.3 and this issue
is reported to be fixed in the nedit changelog (SF #434383).


Alexandre Pineau

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