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Re: arial narrow is broken since Fedora 8



Nicolas Mailhot pisze:
> 
> Le Mar 9 décembre 2008 15:02, Julian Sikorski a écrit :
> 
>> Which is the right one then? I think openoffice issue 79878 could be a
>> good choice,
> 
> If you only care about OO.o this is the right one, but that won't fix
> KDE and friends.
> 
>> but I'm not sure about freedesktop one. I'm not that
>> interested in others, since my document work is mainly done in oo.o.
>> Besides, I guess that fontconfig needs to work properly before
>> anything else will, right?
> 
> Fontconfig does work properly today. What does not work is apps that
> assume there are only 4 font faces possible and can not handle what
> fontconfig returns them for modern fonts.
> 
> http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=79878#desc27
> 
If I remember correctly, a while ago you told me that gtk font selector
should be working correctly as well. The thing is that it does show
"extraordinary" typefaces for let's say DejaVu LGC Sans, but for Arial
the list is pretty much busted - please see the screenshot I attached to
the Red Hat bug #466678 (mentioned in the first email). Which software
could be responsible for this? I suspected fontconfig.

Regards,
Julian


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