Re: True Type fonts problem
- Michael Tsirkin wrote:
> > The GTK font selector allows you to set a filter, but it's not really easyWhatever you want. Just try it out. It often shows "font not available"
> > to use...
> What do I filter for?
though, complain to the GTK people if you want.
> > > Maybe I was not clear enough: the message disappears completely,Didn't work on this yet. The rules for which message stays, which is
> > > almost immediately, so I did not even understand there was a message
> > > until I looked very closely.
> > So ":messages" does work? Anyway, I'll see if the message can be shown
> > for at least a little time.
> Any luck with that yet?
overwritten and when to use the hit-return prompt is very complicated. I
intend to work on this when Vim 6.0 becomes more stable.
> I think a better solution would be not to close a fontThe font selector is supposed to only present you with valid entries. When
> selector menu if the font that I selected is not good.
> That is, check when I click "OK" if the font is OK, before
> closing the window.
you hit "OK" it should always work. If it doesn't, there is something wrong
with the font selector.
For GTK the font selector is a widget from the library. Can't change how it
works, but perhaps the options used when starting it can be tuned.
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