On Sat, 2020-09-26 at 10:03 +0200, Ben Greiner wrote:
Am 16.09.20 um 16:41 schrieb Ben Greiner:
font package would be the right one? Or is there a meta package?
Since there was no reply yet, I decided to require free-ttf-fonts in
pytest-qt . We should be able to observe the change from "failed"
"succeeded" for python-spyder-notebook  as soon as
python3-pytest-qt-3.3.0-2 is in the Tumbleweed image.
That's probably not the set of fonts you are looking for, since its
summary says: "Free TrueType *Art* Fonts".
They are more suitable for posters and artwork rather than as generic
For more generic fonts you can try "font(:lang=en)" which would pull in
a default font for the en locale (on TW that seems to be cantarell) or
try one of the free gnu fonts "font(freesans)" or "font(freeserif)".
Hope that helps (albeit belatedly).
Sat 26 Sep 12:39:42 CEST 2020
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