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On 2/27/07, Ali Majdzadeh <ali.majdzadeh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I tested the instructions you had mentioned. I managed to solve the problem in GNOME (Using gnome-font-properties). By the way, I modified the /etc/sysconfig/i18n file as follows: LANG="fa_IR.UTF-8" SUPPORTED="fa_IR.UTF-8:fa_IR:fa" SYSFONT="Roya"
Thats nice :)
Is there any system-wide configuration file that can be used to store font information so that all the environments (KDE, GNOME, Xfce, ...) behave consistent with regard to font issues? For example, what is the configuration file that gnome-font-properties uses? What is the equivalent of that file in KDE or Xfce? By using gnome-font-properties, I changed all the fonts to "Roya" font and GNOME properly modified and used that font instead of all the other fonts; but KDE didn't; it still uses another font for displaying Persian text ("Homa" font).
Try having a look at /etc/fonts/fonts.conf for all users & ~/.fonts.conf for the local user. I hope it helps :) Regards, Makuchaku http://www.makuchaku.info -- Fedora-i18n-list mailing list Fedora-i18n-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-i18n-list
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