[sugar] sugar system font in cairo
Mon Nov 6 11:29:06 EST 2006
Important technical note. If you ask for a font using pango apis (well,
depends on the API), they will always hand _something_ back. Maybe not
what you asked for but you're never in a position where you can't render.
Jim Gettys wrote:
> This is the best bet indeed. Fontconfig lets us change the actual font
> used behind the application's back.
> For example, it is quite likely we'll move to using the DejaVu font
> family, rather than Bitstream Vera. DejaVu, a direct derivative of
> Vera, has much better language coverage. And who knows what we might
> use in a year or two. We don't want to have to go mucking around
> through all the applications to make things match.
> - Jim
> On Mon, 2006-11-06 at 13:19 +0100, Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote:
>> Erik Blankinship wrote:
>>> I believe there are "approved fonts" for the laptop. Is this correct?
>> I believe Walter and Eben has been experimenting with fonts but this is
>> not reflected in the implementation yet.
>>> I want to display text in a cairo context and would like to use a
>>> system font.
>> Your best bet is to use the generic families, Serif and Sans serif.
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