On Tuesday 29 January 2002 19:44, you told me:
> It's a well-known fact that X sucks hole for fonts, especially when it
> comes to web browsers. Even the wonderful freetype module in X 4.* barely
> scrapes the "adequate" mark (readable - but not pretty) when it comes to
> displaying 'standard' web fonts such as Verdana and Arial.
>> Well, during my near-daily bout of throwing random words at
> 'apt-cache search' to see what will stick, I came across this...
> msttcorefonts - Installer for Microsoft TrueType core fonts
Mandrake has a tool called drakfont that has a button "Get Windows Fonts". It
reads the fonts from your windows partition. I've never used it, mainly
because I don't have a windows partition.
Anyone can make mistakes, but for really big mistakes you need a computer.
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