* Ruediger Noack <email@example.com> [20030320 13:01 PST]: > Paladin wrote: > >Do you have xfonts-100dpi-transcoded (and/or 75dpi) installed? > > > ---snip--- > ii xfonts-100dpi-transcoded 4.1.0-16 100 dpi fonts for X (transcoded > ii xfonts-75dpi-transcoded 4.1.0-16 75 dpi fonts for X (transcoded > ii xfonts-base-transcoded 4.1.0-16 standard fonts for X (transcoded > ---snip--- > > I think all the neccasary fonts are installed on my system (because of > the font size problem appears only with ISO-8859-15 charsets). But where > have I to configure the default fonts to this charset? There was a discussion about dpi here a couple of weeks ago. Since then, I've taken to adding a DisplaySize directive to each of my Monitor sections. On my laptop, which is often docked at different stations with different monitors running at different resolutions, etc., this enables X to know how many pixels per point I'm using, and it knows how tall to draw a 12 point font to make it 12 points (1/6 of an inch) tall. This way, switching to monitors at different resolutions doesn't mean my fonts shrink and grow; it means my desktop area does instead. This is probably not be a complete answer to your troubles, but maybe searching the archives for that thread (sorry, don't remember the Subject) will help. Also, what does the Files section of your XF86Config-4 look like? good times, Vineet -- http://www.doorstop.net/ -- http://www.aclu.org/ It's all about Freedom.
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