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Old 12-19-2003, 04:24 PM   #1
budhusa
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Question fonts issue


i am running mandrake 9.2 and have come across a rather strange font issue. when i restart my computer, my fonts are normal, but as soon as i log out and log in the fonts become much smaller. It seems the difference is between the dpi, but i only have 100 dpi fonts installed, and my font configuration file only has the 100 dpi font path in it.

does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this. its rather annoying to have to restart after each log out. also, the issue effects ALL my desktop environments, so its a system-wide thing, not a KDE prob...thanks...
 
  


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