font substitution

Art Alexion art.alexion at verizon.net
Tue Jul 22 21:37:40 BST 2008


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On Tuesday 22 July 2008 4:01:37 pm Gordon Schulz wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Jul 2008 15:09, Art Alexion <art.alexion at verizon.net> wrote:
> > Thanks.  Is there a global equivalent?  The reason I ask is that KDE is
> > doing a substitution that I don't want it to do, not the corollary.  I
> > want it to stop.  Nothing in my current file seems to be triggering that.
>
> Well, the usual font config is in /etc/fonts/config.{d,avail}. Might be
> something in there, would be pretty unusual for KDE to do stuff on it's
> own.

Right.  That's why I think it is really the font itself with the bad info.


>
> > Also, which app can I use to examine a font to see what the attributes
> > are, and perhaps edit them.  I am thinking the decorative font that keeps
> > jumping in for Times New Roman has its attributes screwed up.
>
> Sorry, can't comment on that. :/
> --
> Gordon.


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