building font metrics and Java
marcw at onlymooo.com
Sat Feb 15 12:00:24 CST 2003
Bingo! Thanks a million!
Since I already had a boatload of Windows fonts located elsewhere, I
opted for your second suggestion, including the Java fonts in the xfs
config file. Seems to work like a charm. Thanks again!
I wonder if I missed this piece of information in the docs somewhere...
I find it difficult to believe that I'm the only person to have
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On Sat, 2003-02-15 at 10:33, Duane Clark wrote:
> > ...
> > Everything seems to work fine: Wine, Java, etc. It's just this frequent
> > font rebuilding that drives me crazy. All help greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks!
> You have a couple of alternatives. With that version of Redhat, you
> really don't need to have Wine use the xfs font server ("server side"
> font rendering). If you install a collection of TrueType fonts into your
> windows/Fonts directory, wherever you have your fake C: drive installed,
> then Wine should do direct rendering of fonts("client side" font
> rendering). When Wine does direct rendering, you will never cache fonts
> again. Yea! ;)
> You can get fonts from the C:\windows\Fonts directory on a real Windows
> installation, and also from here:
> Alternatively, if you want to continue to use "server side" font
> rendering, figure out where the Java fonts are located, and add that
> path to the default search path for xfs, so that xfs (and therefore
> Wine) already knows about them. Assuming it has not changed since RH7.3,
> the font paths are set in the file /etc/X11/fs/config.
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