Re: XFCE4 No Longer Displaying 3rd-Party Fonts.

From: Janky Jay, III <jankyj_at_unfs.us>
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2021 10:34:40 -0600
Hi Guido,

On 7/13/21 10:26 AM, Guido Falsi via ports wrote:
> On 13/07/21 17:55, Janky Jay, III wrote:
>> Hi Guido,
>>
>> On 7/13/21 9:51 AM, Guido Falsi via ports wrote:
>>> On 13/07/21 17:34, Guido Falsi via ports wrote:
>>>> On 13/07/21 16:04, Janky Jay, III wrote:
>>>>>       When I open Mousepad, there are a couple additional fonts (that
>>>>> must
>>>>> come with the application?) such as Sans, Serif and Serto but,
>>>>> again, no
>>>>> other fonts such as the Artwiz, Terminus, Caladea, Liberation, etc...
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I do see some more fonts there and in other programs. I'm going to
>>>> make a test and install an additional font from ports and see if it
>>>> appears.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Ddd a quick test, installed the terminus-ttf font from ports and it is
>>> present and usable in bot xfce4-terminal and mousepad here.
>>>
>>> This is "can't reproduce" kind of reply. But it could indicate it's
>>> some local env problem.
>>>
>>> I'm sorry I don't have any further insight to share.
>>>
>>      This is more than helpful, thanks! I may just wipe out my local
>> configs and see if that fixes the issue. If it does, I'll  run a diff
>> against the old and new to see what the differences are and what may be
>> the culprit. Thanks again!
>
> As I said, create a new test user and start fresh with that, no need
> to wipe out files for a test.
>
> Anyway do backup them in some way, or at least leverage file system
> snapshots.
>
    I actually decided to try both. I first moved any local XFCE4
configs out of my home directory, logged out and back in, same problem.
So, I created a new user and logged in with a fresh, default home
directory, same issue. So, it doesn't appear to be a user config/env
issue. Must be something else. Thanks again for the suggestion!

Regards,
Janky Jay, III



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