From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 01 2004 - 23:25:20 PST
XEP font configuration is not platform depending. If you have the same
set of font files on your Linux and Windows boxes and correct paths
specified in etc/fonts.xml on both machines then XSL-FO document
rendered successfully on Windows box should be rendered equally under
Linux. Note that XEP always issues a warning if it cannot find one
of the fonts specified in the document.
Could you please describe your problem in more details?
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
DP> I'm having a heck of a time getting my XEP to use TTF fonts in Linux.
DP> There are no error messages in the console output, so presumably it
DP> is able to find the fonts. When I use the exact same configuration
DP> on a WinXP boxen, the fonts *are* used.
DP> Can anyone supply some hints as to how I can figure out what's going
DP> on? Is it a naming issue? A configuration issue? Does Linux need a
DP> graphics server to use TTF with XEP? Arrrrgh.
DP> Thanks in advance,
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