Mardigrafe - Louis Desjardins
Thu Apr 8 20:37:22 CEST 2004
Say I want to install my Apple system's fonts. What do I do exactly?
>Patrick Perroud wrote:
>>So far - the only other fonts I can use with Scribus on MacOS X were installed by a fink package named xfonts-intl - I think.
>From "fink info scribus":
> Fonts: By default, the X11 Type1 fonts are recognized. If you
> want more fonts, you can do one or more of the following:
> - Install the x-ghostscript-fonts or msttcorefonts or xfonts-intl
> or applesystemfont packages.
> (The gimp-sharefonts and similar packages work, too,
> but these fonts are of rather bad quality)
> - Put lines like
> into your ~/.scribus/scribusfont.rc file (create it if it doesn't exist)
> This will give you many (not all) of the Apple system fonts.
> If you use FontBook to create your own collections, put also
> into this file.
> Not all font types are working: OpenType and Resource Fork TrueType
> don't work, but the latter can be converted using fondu.
>In particular the applesystemfonts package brings you a large number of fonts, *all* of those in /System/Library/Fonts and /Library/Fonts, plus those of ~/Library/Fonts that are in ttf or dfonts format.
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