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Old 01-20-2013, 06:00 PM   #1
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Rigo Browser Font unreadable


I just installed Sabayon Linux 10 KDE and did the updates process which seems to have gone fine. Everything appears normal.

However, the font in the rigo software browser is for some reason unreadable. It's just a series of squares it remains this way even after changing the system font in "applications appearance".

Anybody have any ideas? I'd rather not reinstall the system to fix this.
 
  


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