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Re: X default fonts



On Wed, Jun 28, 2006 at 11:50:00AM -0600, Cameron Matheson wrote:
> This is a really un-optimal solution, but if you edit your
> /etc/fonts/fonts.conf, you can change the order that fonts are
> preferred (just search for the <prefer> tags).  Move the fonts that
> are more readable nearer to the top.  Unfortunately, fonts.conf is a
> file that shouldn't be changed... it would be better to edit
> local.conf, but I don't know enough about how fontconfig works to do
> that.

I'll give this a shot... thanks.  

I'm still kind of wondering why such a crappy font gets chosen as the
default though.  Thin (cursive) script fonts being chosen as the
default should never happen...  FWIW, this is an automated install
where all packages are configured non-interactively.  Given that I
will need to change this on a whole bunch of machines, I'd really
prefer a solution that fixes it in the install process, rather than
having to manually edit files on a large number of machines...

If there's a better place to ask this kind of question, please let me
know.

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Derek D. Martin
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