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Old 01-10-2005, 07:43 PM   #1
chunlee
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xfontsel question.


hi there:

i have just emerged the artwiz fonts on my gentoo system. its installed at "/usr/share/fonts".
after install, i can't find artwiz fonts using xfontsel, but i can find it in gnome-font-properties. so, how can i get xfontsel to find the artwiz font i just installed?

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