Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 665598
wine-courier-fonts causes "missing glyph" squares
Last modified: 2012-08-16 17:45:42 EDT
Created attachment 470664 [details]
This screenshot shows the missing glyph squares
Description of problem:
With wine-courier-fonts installed I get "missing glyph" squares instead of courier letters. If I move /usr/share/fonts/wine-courier-fonts out of the font path the courier characters reappear.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. $ echo "X11.UseXft: yes" > .rootrc
2. $ root
3. root  TH1D h;
4. root  h.Draw();
5. Menu "View" → "Editor"
6. Click on any text in the histogram
7. Scroll down in any Font menu
See the missing glyph squares
Repeat the above after moving the wine courier fonts out of the font path:
mv /usr/share/fonts/wine-courier-fonts /tmp
Screenshots attached (for both cases)
Created attachment 470665 [details]
This screenshot shows the expected result (obtained by moving the wine courier font out of the font path)
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