Debian Multimedia :: Gnome Ignores Bold Fonts For Its GUI

Jun 23, 2015

I have used the Tweak Tool to configure Gnome to use bold fonts for Window titles and Interface, but Gnome only applies the regular version of the font. Meanwhile, both Firefox and Thunderbird obey the settings.

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Ubuntu Installation :: WYSIWUG HTML Editor - Ignores Used Fonts Unless Re-edit And Ignores Css On Links

Aug 17, 2011

However - is there such a thing as a decent HTML editor like dreamweaver? Komposer is buggy as hell - useless! Bluegriffon, well umm - screen fonts are bizarre, especially in viewing source code - brake down, multicoloured obviously a bug - no deb either, looks like a windows program install (?). This does look really good, but is unusable as I cant see in souce code view without getting a headache! Also, ignores css on links.

Seamonkey - you have to open browser then editor, then open your file. Ignores css totally. Amaya - ignores used fonts unless you re-edit - and ignores css on links. Weird way to select things as well, such as images. There must be at least one decent editor?

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Debian :: Fonts With Pdf Files - Lines Remain Blank - Error: Couldn't Create A Font For 'Courier Bold'

Feb 23, 2011

I have a pdf file (nasm documentation) that used to be displayed perfectly with xpdf, but now all code example lines remain blank. On the terminal I get repeated lines such as:

Quote:
Error: Couldn't create a font for 'Courier Bold'
Error: Couldn't create a font for 'Courier'

I tried to figure out the problem... the same problem occurs with both evince and okular. However it does not occur when opening the same file under root (tested with xpdf), so it seems to be some permission problem. I tried searching on the error message but couldn't find a working solution.

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OpenSUSE :: Bold 'Konsole' Fonts Get Cut Off?

Jul 30, 2010

Got a problem with fonts in 'Konsole'-windows. 'Bold' fonts are being cut off at the last letter. Sometimes only half the letter is visible, sometimes the letter is completely invisible. No problems with fonts in xterm. Set the standards in '/etc/DIR_COLORS', but the problem still exists in (for example):

- man-pages (headings)
- perldoc (headings)
- vi (infos at bottom, like -- INSERT --)
- ...

Is there a solution to turn off bold fonts in Konsole completely? Would be my favourite! I'm using OpenSUSE 11.3, KDE 4.4.4 "release 2"...

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OpenSUSE :: How To Set All System Fonts To Bold

Jul 14, 2011

No setting in KDE to configure fonts to bold,as Gnome have that feature. Bold font looks clear especially outdoor. I'm using Droid sans fallback.

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Ubuntu :: Select Font Characteristics For The So-called MS Fonts (Arial) Instead Of The Menu Showing Bold And Italic

Mar 12, 2010

This is an interaction between OOo and the font package on Ubuntu, so I have searched both sets of forums fruitlessly. In Open Office when I go to select font characteristics for the so-called MS fonts (Arial for example) instead of the menu showing Bold and Italic, it shows "Negreta" and "Cursiva".

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Debian Multimedia :: Fonts In Iceweael 4.0?

May 2, 2011

Just installed Iceweasel 4.0 and i must say, the fonts really looks shit See screenshot: [URL]... I thought this would be fixed with a newer version of libcairo but it seems that it is not that import to fix this shitty font. It's giving me a headache. To be honest, the fonts looks much better in Ubuntu (not that i now go back to Ubuntu for that reason). All the topics spent on the libcairo issue are mostly a waste of time imho if it is not fixed at the source. Well, i don't wanna nag about it. I only wonder, is there a good solution to fix it and help me get rid of my headache (besides taking an aspirin).

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Debian Multimedia :: VLC Fonts Can't Be Set With Qt4-qtconfig (Testing)

Feb 1, 2016

I've just set up an alternative testing installation starting from Jessie and I've instantly noticed that the appearance of VLC can't be set via the qt4-qtconfig application (as I've done so far in Wheezy and Jessie), in short VLC doens't respond at all to any setting changed in qtconfig .

Looking at the bug reports for qt4-qtconfig and particularly this one #564548 looks like there are indeed issues with qt4, and comment 17 states thatQt4 entered in "only security bugfixes" mode, so this won't be fixed.

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Debian Multimedia :: Xorg Displays No Fonts?

Mar 3, 2010

I just upgraded my Debian Etch to Lenny. After doing so, Xorg displays no fonts. I get only rectangles. This occurs in the Login Screen and after logging in. The only thing that is readable are the contents of a terminal (even gnome-terminal). What can I do to solve this Problem? The Xorg.0.log doesn't give me any clue on what's the problem.

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Debian Multimedia :: God-awful Fonts In Iceweasel

Jun 5, 2010

My iceweasel version iceweasel:

Here are two screenshot of a Wikipedia page (modified via readability). My serif font is Liberation Serif.

Here is the same font in Open Office Writer

And here it is in KWrite

To me, the last two look all right-- at least all the lower case glyphs are the same height. So why does the font look so terrible in iceweasel?

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Debian Multimedia :: Installing WINE Without MS Fonts?

Aug 7, 2010

Is it possible to make WINE work without installing MS fonts? With only fonts that are in the system. Tried Google but no information.

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Debian Multimedia :: Change Desktop Fonts Color

Apr 21, 2015

poking around in the system settings nor Google are cooperating, so: How do I change the colour of the font on my desktop? I'm running Cinnamon (on Sid) and I've got a background with a lot of black in it, which makes the names of icons impossible to read. I know what everything is, of course, but I'd still like to be able to see what it is.

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Debian Multimedia :: XFCE - Ugly Fonts In Qt Applications

Jan 8, 2010

I use XFCE on Debian (squeeze) and I'm sick and tired of the ugly fonts in all Qt-apps. See below what it looks like in qtconfig-qt4 with a deleted ~/.config/Trolltech.conf. I've done some googling, but without any satisfaction. I've tried to change font (Font family drop down menu in pic), and some fonts looks as bad as the default (Sans Serif), and some look ok. Something seems to be fscked up.

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Debian Multimedia :: Horrible Fonts And Graphical Environment?

Dec 28, 2010

Recently switched from windows XP on Debian. Very happy) After reading smth my eyes are really tired, fonts are smoothed or smth like that But! Do not like the font settings, there is no definition that is in the windows. Very tired eyes, advise how to configure?KDE stands Smoothing, that is just not done

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Amarok Ignores Media Keys

Aug 21, 2011

Updated Ubuntu 10.04. Amarok 2.3.0. Dell Inspiron 1526.My laptop has next, previous, and play/pause buttons that I would like to work with Amarok. Amarok's default configuration appears to globally map these buttons exactly as I would like. Amarok calls the buttons Media Next, Media Previous, and Media Play. If I specify a custom mapping and hit the button, it maps the Media Next, Media Previous, and Media Play as expected. (And indeed if I try to some other command to this, Amarok warns me that it's multiply defined.) Clearly Amarok is capable of seeing these inputs.

However, they simply don't work. Outside of setting a custom key, Amarok does not respond to them, even if Amarok has focus. If I change the mapping from Global to Shortcut, they still don't work.I found some online discussions about this, but all appear to be Amarok 1.x era. The configuration settings appear very different and not relevant.Can anyone suggest on how to get these buttons working in my Amarok?

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Debian Configuration :: Updates Available But Aptitude Upgrade Ignores Them

Nov 21, 2010

After running "aptitude upgrade" I have been getting a message lately such as "There are x updates available, it is recommended to update your system". But, running aptitude update/upgrade again afterwards, aptitude ignores these supposedly available updates to the system. How can I clear up this situation?. I am using the latest Debian Squeeze distro

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General :: Fstab Ignores User Option (Debian Squeeze)?

Jan 4, 2010

Trying to set my fstab so I can mount an external USB HD as a normal (non-root) user. Here's the relevant fstab line:

Code:
UUID=b122b277-e085-4f50-9ddf-051efd89e
/media/usbhdext3noauto,user,rw,exec,noatime,nodiratime00

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May 27, 2010

I finally performed my upgrade from Karmic today, everything went smooth and looked great. I decided to check out how KDE looked so I logged out, went into KDE and poked around for a bit then went back to GNOME. All my fonts are now that horrible tiny KDE font and I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to return the fonts to their previous glory.

Can anyone, please, point me in the right direction? I've totally removed KDE from my system, I took all the files out of ~.fontconfig and set antialiasing to false in /etc/fonts/conf.avail/10-antialias.conf but still no joy. I haven't found the settings to get back to default but I've installed the MS font pack which looks better than the KDE stuff

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Jun 13, 2011

In Fedora Core 15 using Gnome 3, the font(s) used to label each icon on the desktop looks bad on my LCD monitor. It looks like small parts of the letters are missing. Can this font be improved?

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OpenSUSE :: MS Fonts Not Loaded In Gnome

Feb 14, 2010

The freebie MS fonts are not loaded in v11.2 with the Gnome desktop. (This is a new installation, not an upgrade from an earlier version.)

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OpenSUSE :: 11.3: How To Get Good Fonts In Gnome

Jul 18, 2010

I have used a patched Cairo in 11.2 from Packman and the fonts were excellent. Now I upgraded to 11.3 and installed freetype from subpixel repo. While I have good fonts in Qt now, in Gnome still they are bad. There is no patched Cairo in Packman for 11.3 Installing the patched Cairo for 11.2 from Packman and from Ubuntu-patch project did not help

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Ubuntu :: Fonts On GNOME Changed?

May 26, 2010

Yesterday I've installed KDE (kubuntu-desktop) upon Ubuntu to give it a try after a very long time I didn't use KDE. I decided to remove it and go back to GNOME. I removed the KDE packages using this sudo:

[Code]....

The KDE has been removed but some how some of the font changed.

The font settings in the Appearance->Fonts are as they suppose to be (Sans,10...).

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May 29, 2010

How to install Multimedia Codecs under Lenny with Gnome?

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Feb 18, 2010

opensuse v11.2 The Gnome help describes how to install fonts: copy the font files to </usr/share/fonts>. I have some Type1 fonts with PFB, PFM, AFM and sometimes INF face files. The only ones I see in the <Type1> directory are AFM and PFA. Which font files does Gnome actually require? Is a PFA needed? Are the font files moved/deleted from </usr/share/fonts/> after installation? Is there a more obvious way to install fonts in Gnome?

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OpenSUSE :: After Installing KDE Gnome Lost Its Control Over Fonts?

Apr 5, 2011

I recently installed KDE (I was using GNOME). After that, I found for gnome applications, KDE font settings is applied even when I log in using GNOME. Whatever I do in appearance-fonts, all gnome applications follow the settings from KDE Personal Settings. (Application Appearance -> Fonts)

I lost all the subpixel hinting, and I finally just found out that if I set it in KDE Personal Settings it actually affects gnome applications. (I'm in GNOME now)

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Dec 31, 2010

I have recently installed the STEP physics simulator in my Ubuntu, I found it excellent, but I faced a big problem: fonts of notes and meters won't appear in the simulation window!Here is how it should be: URL...and here is how it displays:URL...

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Ubuntu :: After Hibernating Fonts Display Weird In Kde And Gnome Programs?

Aug 16, 2011

When I return to my plasma desktop from hibernating, the font display is broken - kind of stripes It affects all kde and gnome programs, and all window decorations, but f.e. chrome displays the webpages well.What could cause this, and how can I fix it? My system is a dell inspiron 1525 with intel 965gm graphics card running kubuntu 11.04 with no kde ppas enabled.

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May 19, 2010

went to play it today and it's gone.the gnome wiki says it's now called swell foop - can't find that either.[URL]

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Apr 22, 2015

I am running this Debian wheezy: URL... on my BananaPro.

I installed Gnome and tried startx but command not found. I installed Xinit but then I get :

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