>>>>> "JPL" == John P Looney <john at antefacto.com> writes:
JPL> I think mkfontdir is what you are looking for. Point it at
JPL> the directory the fonts are in, and it'll do the work.
That's for creating an X fonts.dir, though. It doesn't grok Type1
fonts at all. I think gnome-print, which gnumeric uses for the font
mapping, has some command used to generate font maps, but again... the
details escape me.
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