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> I asked a long time ago how to use truetype fonts under X. I finally found the
> answer: You have to use 'ttmkfdir -o fonts.dir' and then add the folder to
> fontpath. Doh! It's so simple but I'm amazed it's so poorly documented! man xfs
> gives absolutely no clue, I had to find this information on the web.
> Btw. it's about time Linux distributions moved to ttf instead of bdf. Aren't
> there any good quality ttf-fonts that you can distribute for free?
You can find some at www.microsoft.com :-). One of the things I would
like is have Indy mount the Windows partition and pick the True Type
fonts. But don't hold your breath for the day I will have time for
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses
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