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Re: Application font

* Paul Johnson (baloo@ursine.ca) [030626 12:22]:
> On Thu, Jun 26, 2003 at 08:08:44AM +0700, Oki DZ wrote:
> > I set my Gnome application's font to the Sans font from ttf-freefont.
> > When I run Evolution remotely (ie: it runs on a server), the main menu
> > doesn't use the font setting from the local machine. The server doesn't
> > run X. Is this the source of the problem? Or, there's actually a way for
> > setting the application font on Evolution.
> X clients always use the fonts and settings for the machine they're
> connecting from.  If you want to have the same fonts no matter where
> you are, make sure your X servers are all set up with the same fonts.

A good way to do this, in a LAN environment, is to configure one machine
as a font server.  Then you can have all of the other machines use it,
and only have to maintain fonts in one place and still get all of the
fonts everywhere.

good times,
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