[Scribus] phantom fonts

Craig Bradney cbradney
Wed Apr 6 01:18:14 CEST 2005

On Wednesday 06 April 2005 01:10, bart at solozone.com wrote:
> I too have seen 'phantom' fonts. If one opens a new document and save,
> having used only a space character, then the phantom.sla file shows
>  <ITEXT CAB="0" CCOLOR="Black" CSIZE="12" CH=" " CSHADE2="100" CSCALE="100"
> CSHADE="100" CSTYLE="0" CFONT="Century Schoolbook L Roman" CEXTRA="0"
> CSTROKE="Black" />
>    <PageItemAttributes/>
>  and this is correct since the space character of that font has been in
> fact used. Moreover, if one uses a font and deleted its characters the
> fonts may still show in the *.sla file and in style--> font menu as being
> in use. If the font is not supported, but one thought it had been deleted,
> scribus will crash with 'signal #11,' it seems.

If you are seeing crashes, please submit bugs and dont ignore them.

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