#suse - Sun 11 Mar 2007 between 18:25 and 18:43

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ralph_hello to all (newbie ;) )
MirrakorbenJIman: but I don't know which one they were, so I'd like to uninstall the ms fonts
benJImanMirrakor: just look through the list, it's not hard
vzduchMirrakor: system fonts?
Mirrakorvzduch: yes
aris!packman
SUSEhelparis: Error reading from specified site
aris! play avi
vzduchI noticed that too.. by default, they are set to generic values (Sans Serif, Serif, Monospace).. so the system takes the first font it finds (alphabetically) to use
that fits the generic description, that is
I haven't yet installed M$ fonts here, so it uses the Agfa fonts which are installed.. system font is set to Sans Serif, actual font is Albany AMT
MirrakorbenJIman: but how do I know which are MS ones and which not?
Siju!avi @ aris
SUSEhelparis: Add packman as a yastsource and install libffmpeg0 and mplayer or libxine + a frontend like kaffeine. To play dvds you will need libdvdcss (not with mplayer) as well. Ask me for packmanyast, yastsources, libdvdcss, and playdvd for more information
vzduchMirrakor: you _know_ what's M$ and what's not :D
benJImanMirrakor: There are only a few MS fonts, verdana, arial, comic sans etc
Mirrakorvzduch: how do you know which is currently used? (I only see the thing you said: Sans Serif, but in fact it's something else)
benJIman: yes, but If I'd have the script somewhere I could see which one actually
vzduchthe MS TT Core fonts are: Andale Mono, Arial, Comic Sans, Courier New, Georgia, Impact, Times New Roman, Trebuchet MS, Verdana, Webdings
and normally you know a font when you see it, at least those that are commonly used :)
benJImanand the default suse one is probably one of "SUSE Sans, Bitstream Vera, or De-ja-vu Mirrakor
vzduchit used to be SUSE Sans, but is that still delivered?
Mirrakorvzduch: yes, but my problem is, after I installed the MS fonts my KDE/App fonts where changed (probably to the first one in line by alphabet) to get my old fonts used I want to remove the ms fonts :)
vzduchwell, you can remove them and later reinstall :)
Mirrakorvzduch: that's the thing I'm planing to do :)
benJImanMirrakor: just check the 3 I said
vzduchmy suggestion would be moving them out of the folder where they currently reside, so it's easier later :)
benJImanMirrakor: you would have been done by now
vzduchbenJIman: I gave a full list :)
but yes, your way is definitely easier :)
in the Fonts Administration (English name?) section of Kcontrol you can identify them quite easy
arisHow to play a .avi file in linux ????
vzduch!restricted-formats
!restricted
SUSEhelpFor multimedia and other restricted format (MP3,Encrypted DVD, DiVX,etc) issues, see http://opensuse-community.org/Restricted_Formats
MirrakorI'm happy now :D
vzduch: how can I see which fonts are actually used now?
jengelh#define used
Lotto-KimHow can i list packages waiting to be updated?
benJImanLotto-Kim: from command line?

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