Huw D M Davies
h.davies1 at physics.ox.ac.uk
Sat Sep 18 08:39:50 CDT 2004
On Sat, Sep 18, 2004 at 02:34:29PM +0200, pcunite at fsmail.net wrote:
> I have a windows app that works really well under wine.
> I have placed the fonts from my XP workstation to
> my Fedora 2 wine directory in "./wine/windows/fonts/"
> so that I could have more fonts available to the app.
> My problem is that the "Terminal" font is not showing
> up when using a windows API "Font Dialog".
> Where can I get this "Terminal dos/oem" font?
Terminal is actually in 6 font files. The western european (cp850)
versions are called:
vga850.fon, app850.fon, [c|e]ga[4|8]0850.fon
(the US cp437 versions are vgaoem.fon, dosapp.fon, [c|e]ga[4|8]0woa.fon)
If you have these in your windows/fonts directory, then just add a
reference to each one in the
[Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Fonts] section of system.reg
and you should be able to see these fonts from Wine.
I've not tested oem bitmap fonts very much, so i'd be interested to
hear how you get on.
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