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Old 10-21-2009, 11:47 PM   #1
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Linux Mint Xfce 4.2 Byte Code Interpreter Fonts Wiki

Hello everyone.

I run Linux Mint XFCE; I reset all the font data, downloaded everything font related, etc etc - however, SOME fonts still look despicable.
Namely, the one that bothers me the most is wiki font.

All other fonts on my computer, both window manager and internet explorers, are shown nicely.

I also tried over 20 other distribitions, and no one of them was able to render all fonts glyphs correctly. Is that a problem with FreeType's implementation of TrueType's patents? Or?

Whats wrong?


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