Konqueror UNICODE fonts
ezeaguerrelistas at gmail.com
Sun Jul 6 10:35:49 UTC 2008
1. Make sure you have the proper fonts :P
2. Choose a generic font name in konqueror config, something like "Sans" and
"Monospace" instead of (for example) "Bitstream Vera Sans" and "Bitstream
Vera Sans Mono".
3. Make sure you have configured "fontconfig" so that it makes the proper
replace from "Sans" -> "Your preferred font" and so on.
At least I had that problem until I did this.
The problem seems to be with font substitution. Say for example you are
using some of the "DejaVu" fonts and you want to see a page with some
strange character wich is not in that font; that character should be taken
from another font, however Konqueror doesn't get it quite right :P
2008/7/5 Ghirai <ghirai at ghirai.com>:
> Hello list.
> I'm running KDE 3.5.8 from ports.
> Konqueror doesn't seem to want to display unicode fonts properly; i get
> instead, even though i set the encoding to UTF-8.
> The same seem to be with text editors and such.
> Any indeas?
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