Description of problem:
While going through the install of Fedora 20 on a MacBook Pro 8,3, noticed that the fi in /boot/efi is rendered as a ligature, which is off‐putting to look at as it moves the f further away from the e… it doesn’t seem appropriate to use for this text entry & display.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Configure install device
2. Mount the existing ESP to /boot/efi
3. Problem occurs
You see /boot/eﬁ
You see /boot/efi
Will add more info if needed, but the f20 install had other issues ( bug 765954 ) so I wiped it already.
Anaconda is not using ligatures if you don't specify them, so it sounds like your issue is with how pango renders that particular combination of characters.
It might be a general issue in Pango, but as this was in Anaconda considered best to report so - thought there might be a hint to force it off, as the font choice is a font choice. Will get a shot.
I fail to see how the ligature would “move the f further away from the e”, do you have a screenshot?
(In reply to Khaled Hosny from comment #3)
> I fail to see how the ligature would “move the f further away from the e”,
The f merged with the i, that is how ligatures work. The displacement issue was the bug report.
I clearly forgot to grab a screenie, and don’t have the machine handy, but it will to be reproducible on an efi machine in the installer.
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