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A font primer for Linux

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Getting a handle on your Linux fonts...
The last piece of the font-handling puzzle is called fontconfig, a library to simplify finding and accessing the fonts on a given system. Fontconfig can autodiscover the fonts installed on your computer, automatically find the correct font for a given language or character set, and let you configure your own personal font preferences (including substitutions) with XML configuration files.
 read more | score:6254 | -Ray, October 13, 2004
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