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Old 09-13-2006, 02:24 PM   #1
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Konsole showing regular and bold fonts as the same


I have a FC5 installation with a 2.6.17 kernel installed on an AMD64 3000+ box. I use KDE as my desktop WM. After a couple of "yum" updates I have begun to notice that Konsole renders all fonts the same whether I change it from regular to bold and vice versa. Specifically they are about the regular size, whether bold or not. what seems to have suddenly changed that Konsole cannot show fonts in their bold size? The two that I used to like in bold "Bitstream Vera Mono" and "Courier 10 Pitch" can now only be rendered in the regular size. I can increase the size but would love to see the "bold" rendition of the 2 fonts above. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks



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