printing borken in head ?

Craig Drummond Craig.Drummond at gmx.net
Fri Aug 15 10:37:36 BST 2003


> Ok, I'll play with it, but maybe kfontinstaller should preset the FONTPATH
> env variable too...

The font-installer creates "Fontmap" files, and sets GS_LIB to look into
$KDEHOME/share/fonts (KDE3.1) or $HOME/.fonts (KDE3.2). This *should* be enough
- this Fontmap file should list all the fonts contained (even in sub-dirs)
(Well in fact its startkde that does "export GS_LIB=$GS_LIB:$HOME/.fonts")

If setting FONTPATH is required - will it look into sub-dirs? i.e. if you
have

$HOME/.fonts
$HOME/.fonts/wibble

will "export FONTPATH=$HOME/.fonts" work for fonts in $HOME/.fonts/wibble?

> 
> Helge
> 

Craig.

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