Aidan Kehoe wrote:
> > I've been avoiding it because I seem to have only one font that will
> > display it, and it looks horrible. Anyone got pointers? Do I have to go
> > down the TrueType path?
> You can still use your 8859-1 fonts, it's just that the Euro sign will
> display ¤ (\xa4, international currency sign.)
That's just icky. I'd prefer to use E instead.
> How old is your X installation? I think recent versions ship with a
> fair number of -15 fonts.
4.0.3. Not the latest and greatest, but there's no mention of fonts in
the 4.1.0 release notes and 4.2.0 is still a month or more away.
The only 8859-15 font I've got is lucidux. 'fixed' claims to do it too,
but I'm not even going to try it.
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