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Re: [vox-tech] gimp fonts question



On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 11:51:44AM -0700, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> bill,
> 
> debian doesn't have gfontsel, but it does have gfontview.  what a great app!
> i just spent the last 10 minutes playing around and having fun with it.

Odd... I have gfontsel here on my Debian box at work.  'course, I have
Helix/Gnome installed, so...


> gfontview was able to view my TT fonts, but i had to tell it what directory
> they're in.  once it knew their location, it viewed them fine.
> 
> i take this to be a bad omen.  my X config file is set up correctly.  and in
> fact, many other apps can view these TT fonts.  since i'm using X 4.0, my TT
> fonts should be as transparent to use as any other font.
> 
> well, i just wanted to make sure people here can access TT fonts from within
> gimp.  if anyone has immediate ideas, i'm all ears.
> 
> at this point, i'm heading over to deja.com...

That was gonna be my suggestion. :)  Or #gimp on irc.openprojects.net.
Or gimp.org (check for any FAQs)

Good luck!

-bill!
(wishing fonts didn't suck so much)


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