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Re: [K12OSN] Re: fonts in netscape on workstation

Some good instructions were found here:


I also found that using the microsoft .ttf that come with Windows95 or 
from their webpages made a very nice RPM of extra fonts. If there is any 
reason to buy a $5.00 cd of Windows 95 from somewhere.. this is.

The best order I found for fonts was the following:

catalogue =  /usr/share/fonts/microsoft/TrueType,

THe first one being from the RPM I had made up. I removed all the 100dpi 
fonts because they seemed to mess up Java unless you have a monitor that 
actually handled 100dpi. THe best monitor I have did 96dpi and that 
caused the 100dpi to be much bigger than they should be.

On Sat, 27 Apr 2002, Julius Szelagiewicz wrote:

>Dear Listers,
>	the issue at hand turns out to be off topic, but since i started
>whining about it here ...
>	i have a big problem with fonts being unreadable on some sites
>that peaople need to access. i was approaching it as a general font
>problem, trying xfs and loading new fonts. i was wrong. the problem is
>with netscape and mozilla - no matter what i have available by xfs, the
>fixed sized fonts are displayed atrociously badly and the selection is
>rather meager. many sites accessed by netscape run on ltsp terminals (and
>servers) look nothing like they do when accessed from windoze, same
>release of netscape. this is very bad - it gives people demanding windoze
>a point i can not refute.
>	i really need help with this, the big replacement of windoze with
>ltsp is a stake. i can't use konqueror or opera, since they don't support
>ibm host-on-demand product. i am actually stuck using netscape 4.7(789) or
>ie5.5, because this is what the hod requires. it was a battle to get the
>support for linux version of netscape. so please help with ideas if not
>solutions. i still hope that i missed something obvious and all will be
>well. julius
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