On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 01:08:31AM +0100, Jehan wrote:
> This is similar to what was writing Gary Zhang. I will fix this later on.
> Do you think we should keep the option -xftsz, and then for instance if
> you have several fonts, we can accept several size as well, their order
> corresponding to the font orders?
> Or as was suggesting Gary, maybe adding the font size to the font name
> directly is better? I think this last solution as some sexy way of
If we have multiple fonts then I think putting the size directly in the
name would be better. It breaks backward compatibility, but oh well...
>> 3. Resizing when the multi-char font is used causes a segfault.
> Ok, the multi-char font (-xftfm, is it well what you are speaking
> about?) does not exist anymore! Everything is now done with the fonts
> in the -xftfn list. Probably there are still some places where this
> option is still mentionned, so when you try and use it, it
> segfaults?.. What made you say 'multi-char font is used' anyway?
No no, not the xftfm. I meant with with multiple xft fonts specified in
Some coming up,
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