fourdan at xfce.org
Mon Jan 13 22:22:35 CET 2003
Out of curiosity, I tried to remove the call to "set_font" in
xffm/libs/icons.c at line 483 and *really* looks better w/out
(See attached screenshot)
On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 10:38, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> Hi Edscott,
> > I haven't done much work on fonts yet (still trying to get all the
> > basics in place). When I run xffm on FreeBSD I get an ugly font like
> > in
> > xftree, but when I use redhat 8 I get a real nice true-type font. If
> > you
> Hehehe, I didn't say I had "ugly" fonts (mine are truetype fonts too), I just
> wanted to point out that the treeview uses non standard fonts which is, well, odd.
> > know how to fix the font issue I'd appreciate it if you'd give it a
> > try.
> I believe the best is to leave fonts to their defaults. I guess it's not a good
> idea to use separate fonts unless strictly necessary.
> But yes, I know how to set a font for a given widget.
> PangoFontDescription *desc;
> desc = pango_font_description_from_string (font);
> if (desc)
> gtk_widget_modify_font (widget, desc);
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