Openbox Configuration Manager - Windows title font
神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)
rafaellaguna at ubuntu.com
Sun Aug 11 18:55:11 UTC 2013
Sorry for answering late. The font by default is Ubuntu Medium
(default=ubuntu-medium). It's defined on the lubuntu-default theme. I don't
really understand what you mean. Your visual config seems right.
The "bug" of choosing Bold and it gets back to Medium is a font problem,
not ours. The reason is a bit complicated to explain and it's about the
metrics of the bold font. It's supposed that using Bold on a word processor
should work fine, but not in little sizes, because the type is not well
designed for tiny spaces, so it switches to the closer type (something like
In a few weeks the Ubuntu Font Team will release a new package correcting
some bugs (including this) as well as more types (thin, extra-bold, etc)
and designed explicitely for small sizes as well as print sizes, which
needs another type and kerning technology due the higher resolutions up to
300 pixels per inch of paper.
紳癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)
Lubuntu Artwork Team
2013/8/11 Pierre Gobin <lubuntu at pierregobin.fr>
> Le 08/08/2013 17:06, Pierre Gobin a écrit :
>> I met an annoying bug since a long time with Openbox Configuration
>> Manager on Lubuntu. Indeed, if I try to modify windows title font from
>> Ubuntu Medium to another, then return to Ubuntu Medium, I do not find the
>> original aspect. Moreover, if I try to use Ubuntu Bold, Openbox
>> Configuration Manager stay with Ubuntu Medium.
>> So my question is to know if someone else can confirm these bugs. Also, I
>> would like to know which is the original font used in Lubuntu, in order to
>> find the original aspect again.
>> If my problem is not clear enough, I may be able to make a screeenshot.
>> Pierre Gobin
> As I have no reply, I took a screenshot. My problem :
> - In Openbox Manager, I change the default font ("Ubuntu Medium") for
> active windows.
> - Then I modified again the font for active windows, to put "Ubuntu
> Medium" (the original font).
> - Here you can see the result : http://pix.toile-libre.org/?**
> img=1376242812.png <http://pix.toile-libre.org/?img=1376242812.png>
> As you can see, active and inactive windows don't use the same font. Yet,
> they should both use "Ubuntu Medium".
> I hope I was clear enough. Any Idea ?
> The second problem is that even if I choose Ubuntu Bold in the dialog Box,
> I get Ubuntu Medium.
> Should I file a bug ?
> Pierre Gobin
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