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Yeah unfortunately that was my site where I hosted my builds. I decided not to renew and I figured I would just use my ISP's provided free webspace and I found out they no longer offer it. So right now I am trying to find a alternative solution.
Thanks again dugan!
Has somebody upgraded also fontconfig's slackbuild? I'm on the current at the moment.. For libXft there seems to be no patch for 2.3.1 on that gentoo's http://gitorious.org/lcd-filtering page.
Edit2: Wait a second. Slackware-current doesn't even have fontconfig 2.9.0...
And edit3: Looks like fontconfig doesn't build on my slackware-current. http://pastebin.com/DbXpDAxd From the beginning that pastebin misses some fontconfig-2.8.0/filename..
yesterday's current upgrade broke my fonts in Firefox. Since the fonts in KDE are ok, there must be something wrong in Cairo, right? Unfortunately I've rebuilt and reinstalled it using Daedra's slackbuilds, to no avail. This made me think - upgrade to which package had caused such a mess? I didn't install any new packages from xfce series, so there are not too many to blame - only mozilla-nss comes to mind.
Problem solved - apparently it was no Cairo, but Freetype problem. Reinstalled and there they are - beautiful fonts in Slackware again
Sorry for bumping. Do I need to re-compile Firefox (say 15.0.1) for 32 bit Slackware (13.37) every time there is a patch for Firefox? I've read this somewhere that I need to re-compile using the 64 bit slackbuild script.