Am 20.02.2011 16:37, schrieb kallipygos@...:
> Citējot *Florian Philipp <lists@...
> Am 20.02.2011 12:17, schrieb Alfs Kurmis:
> > Hi gentoo experts !
> > 3-4 weeks ago i have installed gentoo -- KDE4.5.4 -- kate --
> terminus font.
> > In KATE i have choosed terminus font.
> > At first sight everything looks normal.
> > Chars à ä also looks normal.
> > I mean that à and ä looks exact as normal a , but just with .. and \
> > above.
> > But chars ā ī ū ē ō looks completly different as normal chars a i
> u e o ,
> > are bigger , wider , and are not "sharp" .
> > They are ~1.5 times wider , so that after any of em , rest of line
> > shift right for 1/2 position .
> > Can somebody in KATE choose terminus, and copy-paste ā ī ū ē ō chars ?
> > How it looks out ?
> I can verify this behavior here. I guess the terminus font package does
> not contain the necessary glyphs and therefore another font is used as a
> substitute (looks like monospace).
> Interestingly, when I download the TrueType version from this site 
> and test it in KDE's font viewer, the letters look correct. I guess you
> could install that version manually. In this case, please file a bug on
> http://bugs.gentoo.org. Maybe that version can be merged into the
> terminus ebuild.
>  http://fractal.csie.org/~eric/wiki/Terminus_font
> Hope this helps,
> Florian Philipp
> I forgot to mention something
> I have another computer with ubuntu 10.04 where in GEDIT
> ā ī ū ē ō looks EXACT as normal chars a i u e o ,
> so maybe it is inaccuracy with KDE - QT and not by Terminus self ?
> Or maybe usage of some USE Flags can fix it ?
> Yet i can not test it because i have this HDD new formatted.
Hmm, yes, in gedit the font looks okay. I guess this really is a KDE, Qt
or terminus bug. Please report it.
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