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Re: Double wide characters in 6.2 built against GTK+ 2.x

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  • Albert Chin
    ... BTW, is this the result when selecting a non-proportional font? -- albert chin (china@thewrittenword.com)
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 30, 2003
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      On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 10:08:47AM -0500, Albert Chin wrote:
      > I've built VIM 6.2-021 against GTK+ 2.2.2. On startup, the default
      > font appears normal, with correct spacing between characters. However,
      > if I then select the 'sans regular 12' font, I get double wide
      > characters, with what appears to be spaces between each font. I do
      > have multi-byte support enabled (default if you build with GTK+). Is
      > this the problem? How do I get normal looking fonts again?
      >
      > NOTE, I tried selecting 'sans regular 12' with GNOME 2.2.2's gedit and
      > the font display was normal so I think this is a multi-byte issue.

      BTW, is this the result when selecting a non-proportional font?

      --
      albert chin (china@...)
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