fonts problem fixed

Folkert van Heusden folkert at
Tue Sep 9 21:22:58 BST 2003

Got it fixed!
Wrote solution on

KDE only using TrueType and Type1 fonts after upgrade to 3.1.3

 After upgrading KDE from version 3.1.2 to 3.1.3 (in Debian), KDE suddenly 
only used TrueType and Type1 fonts. If you have only a limited set of fonts, 
this is a bit of a nuisance since everything might look a little odd then. If 
this is the case, check that you have switched off 'Anti Aliasing' in the 
font-menu of the KDE-control center. If it is off and things look still weird 
(after restarting KDE!) check the file /etc/fonts/local.conf and uncomment 
the following line:
  <!-- <dir>/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts</dir> -->

 it should then look like this: 

 After that, run the following command and restart KDE: 
fc-cache -f -v

Folkert van Heusden

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