Thu Jul 29 21:00:00 CEST 2004
On Thu, 2004-07-29 at 20:30, Martin Costabel wrote:
> Louis Desjardins wrote:
> > Can you tell me exactly how to do that with a Mac running OS X (Panther)
> > and Fink and X11?
> Here is one possibility:
> (You have to run these commands as root, "sudo -s")
> 1. Make a directory in /sw/lib/X11/fonts, let's say
> /sw/lib/X11/fonts/newfonts. Go there:
> cd /sw/lib/X11/fonts/newfonts
> 2. Copy your fonts there. If they are not in ttf form, use fondu to make
> 3. Run
> xfontpath install newfont
> 4. Restart X11, start scribus
> If you are lucky, it works. It seems that scribus does not accept all
> fonts that show up in X11. Sometimes a font appears in the scribus font
> list, but when you select it, it disappears from the list. I haven't yet
> understood this. Probably something wrong with these fonts, I guess.
When Scribus detects an error (via freetype) with a font, it removes it
from the list.
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