On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 09:42:28AM +0200, Jean-François Pirlet wrote: > > Same problem here, Debian Squeeze/Testing amd64, Gnome, using e.g. LyX > or Kile. There seems to be something wrong with the way qtconfig loads > its settings when you're a normal user. > > As a normal user, doing exactly the same process : > $ qtconfig > [*qtconfig is displaying crappy looking Sans Serif*, setting a better > looking font, saving, *qtconfig now displays the good looking font I > chose*, closing qtconfig] > Installed qt4-qtconfig from unstable. Ran qtconfig, picked Liberation Sans font at 9 pt. Now, everything looks fine. Did the same procedue for root and so far things appear to be working well. In case of any deviations, I will get back to the list. Thanks for the help. Regards, -- Sridhar M.A. GPG KeyID : F6A35935 Fingerprint: D172 22C4 7CDC D9CD 62B5 55C1 2A69 D5D8 F6A3 5935 I'm glad we don't have to play in the shade. -- Golfer Bobby Jones on being told that it was 105 degrees in the shade.
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