[Pharo-project] DejaVu vs Bitmap DejaVu / missing fonts folder

Alain Plantec alain.plantec at free.fr
Fri Oct 8 12:45:42 EDT 2010


Maybe you can make it work with TT fonts.
In order to install them, open the Settings browser then
Under Appearance/Standard Fonts, click on the Launch button of "Update 
font from system"
and then choose another font.

Cheers
Alain

Le 08/10/2010 18:40, Alain Plantec a écrit :
> Le 08/10/2010 14:37, Veronica Isabel Uquillas Gomez a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> I would like to know if i am the only one having the indentation 
>> problem when using bitmap fonts.
>>
>> The Torch dashboard makes use of small and big DejaVu Sans fonts. For 
>> configuring it the fonts folder is needed (that now is gone in the 
>> last version pharo 1.1.1 dev, why?).
>> Got the suggestion of using the new DejaVu package and I tried... 
>> However, they are Bitmap DejaVu fonts and I have the problem of text 
>> indentation.
>> I show the changed source code in popup views. With DejaVu sans fonts 
>> the text appears as it is written (first image), but with Bitmap 
>> fonts not -- all is aligned to the left, and it is impossible to read 
>> a method like that (second image).
>>
>> Do I need to set something else for those fonts to work?
> Hi Veronica,
>
> After the loading, to install them:
> DejaVuHolder installFull.
> or
> DejaVuHolder installSizes: #(5 7 8 9 10 11 24)
> if you only want a subset
>
>> Any idea why do I have this problem?
> I've tried with the 1.1.1 version on Linux and the indentation seems 
> ok also with small fonts (5, 6, 7).
> See the screenshot.
>
> Cheers
> Alain
>
>> Can the fonts folder be include again in the distribution?
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Veronica Uquillas
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