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Re: Strange TimberWolf font
Just can't stay away
2006/12/4 23:15
Posts: 1482


It would be better if we had a native wrapper for fontconfig, which used the diskfont cache, although I'm not sure whether that is possible (never used fontconfig myself).

What would be better if those appliactions that insist on font config instead of native font system, actuaooy all used the same fontconfig data, I'm pretty sure on linux (where the darn thing comes from) there is only one font cache!

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Re: Strange TimberWolf font
Not too shy to talk
2006/11/27 17:18
From West Jordan, Utah, USA
Posts: 360

Sure, you can blame it all on me, although it's caused by TW not looking in all the locations were the fonts can be located.

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Re: Strange TimberWolf font
Just popping in
2006/11/24 14:19
From Georgia, USA. Just north of the Florida border
Posts: 179

I only asked because Score is my first experience coding for scalable fonts.. I try to follow the "rules" but sometimes I might miss details.

On the bright side, I am planning to partition and format a new primary drive for my AmigaOne, and after reading this thread I was reminded to create a partition specifically for TimberWolf. It's really easy to do when setting up the disk the first time. It's a bit tougher to go back and add it later.

And about the Score.ttf font.. after some issues with a "correct" font installation, newer versions of Score will offer to install the font any time it's not found. So at least nobody will get caught without it.

Glad you got it solved.

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Re: Strange TimberWolf font
Home away from home
2006/11/20 16:26
From Norway
Posts: 2422

Sorry ChrisH this is a forum, people have different opinions, and topic and subjects is about TimberWolf and bugs, so I really don't see how my comment can be off topic. I think your problem is that you don't like people to talk about bugs and problems.

Edited by LiveForIt on 2014/9/27 11:37:12

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