Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 76887
Gnome-font problem in KDE
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:47:59 EDT
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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Konqueror/3; Linux)
Description of problem:
First off if you change your gnome fonts and load KDE instead, your font settings are not loaded.. then if from KDE you run gnome-font-properties to change it (since KDE users will probably want to unify there appearence as much as possible) it will show the proper font selection and update all the fonts as soon as it loads, BUT at the same time is totally kills the KDE desktop and all keyboard shortcuts. So basically the only way I am aware of to load the proper gnome fonts will kill KDE components, and I would have to run that everytime I load KDE, which is annoying. Gnome fonts need to work properly while in KDE and vise versa to keep a uniform appearence.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Load KDE
2. Run gnome-font-properties
Actual Results: kills KDE desktop components
Expected Results: Not killing stuff 8P
That should do ya
Running gnome-font-properties in KDE isn't intended to work really (that's why
it isn't in the menus under KDE). What should happen is that GTK 2 apps pick up the
font set in your KDE control panels.
*** Bug 79359 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The real fix for this would be to add xsettings support to kde, at
least make the kde control center export its settings as xsettings, so
that gtk+ apps can pick them up. I don't know
a) if there's much interest in that upstream
b) how much work that would be
c) if anybody besides Owen would be up to it
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Closing as CANTFIX.