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[opensuse-gnome] Libertarian Fonts in 11.1 GNOME
In previous releases, users of the openSUSE DVD edition who installed
GNOME were treated to agfa-fonts' Sans as the default font for the
desktop. agfa-fonts have been dropped from the distro, as Liberation
fonts have been determined to be a good replacement.

I've been running the Liberation Sans as the default font for the
desktop, and it does seem to equate to agfa-fonts. However, although
Liberation is installed by default (with the DVD at least), I don't
believe GNOME uses it by default.

The problem is, that unlike agfa which replaced the Sans font included
by default, Liberation adds another Sans, "Liberation Sans". Could we
get the GNOME desktop to default to Liberation Sans by default, so our
users won't have to be subjected to the "less-than-good-looking" Sans
included now?
Kevin "Yeaux" Dupuy - openSUSE Member
Assistant Organizer, Louisiana Libertarian Party
Public Mail: <kevin.dupuy@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

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