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Old 03-22-2004, 05:50 PM   #1
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TTF fonts with Capitals

Hey All,

I'm installing TrueType fonts on Redhat 9 successively (put them in the dir, update the font server etc) without issue ..... as long as the name of the font is _all_ lowercase originally. My test to see if these fonts are installed is kword (openoffice needs a reinstall ;-).

Fonts that I get with capitals will not work I have tried changing the name of the font to all lowercase, but still redhat can't see them. If anyone can suggest a solution I'd be very keen to hear it

Thanx and Awesome,


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