View Full Version : KDE4 fonts odd in forum
Feb 18th 2008, 03:24 AM
When I'm on the main page of the Forum, all the fonts look correct. When I click on Forums, the fonts are not the same and don't display properly. As I've just installed KDE 4 (kde4-core only followed by the upgradable packages Adept Notifier came up with plus three install packages), I don't have any 'experience' with it.
Main page displays correctly. All fonts display properly.
Fonts are not displayed properly on the following sections
of the Forum from the main page menu bar:
From the Personal Menu, the following pages do not display
From the Board Menu, the following pages do not display
Feb 18th 2008, 11:31 AM
Hmmm.... I just tested in:
I don't know ??? ???
This is on my HH kde4 system.
I'll try the GG version later.
Okay, in GG:
Konqueror kde4= fonts are fine but every page I want to open kicks me out and demands login/password.
logging in gets me straight to the kubuntu forum page. opening calendar kicks me out. Reading my PM kicks me out, etc.
This is only in kde4 on GG ??? ??? ???
Sorry I can't be of more help on this one :(
Feb 19th 2008, 04:49 AM
It is definitely a problem with KDE4 in some fashion. I fired up the KDE4 Konqueror in the KDE 3.5.8 desktop, and the problem is still present. See the following screen shots.
Feb 19th 2008, 09:08 AM
HMM.. I cannot replicate that on my machine but I remember a post here about font rendering that was showing the exact same symbols. I'll see if I can find it.
Edit: Here it is:
It probably won't help much, apart from not being alone ;)
Feb 19th 2008, 11:28 PM
They aren't symbols, rather, a font that either is not on my machine (so can't be rendered properly), or something else having to do with the php coding on the pages. As I said, the main page of the Forum displays all of the fonts properly, even in the log on area. That specific location of the main page only displays the odd font problem when I'm logged out. The odd font shows as in the posted image on all of the specific areas of the Forum I identified.
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