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DejaVu Sans Font in AOS4,MorphOS and Aros
Posted on 16-Aug-2019 16:17:12
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Hi Guys,
I need your help. I am developing a very small program for aos4,aros and morphos. It is a very simple script and i would like to know if the dejavu sans font is available (in a standard installation without any modification or update) on morphos and aros after the os is being installed.. (it is available on aos4.x)
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Re: DejaVu Sans Font in AOS4,MorphOS and Aros
Posted on 16-Aug-2019 18:42:03
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MorphOS: Yes

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Re: DejaVu Sans Font in AOS4,MorphOS and Aros
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Thank you very much

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Re: DejaVu Sans Font in AOS4,MorphOS and Aros
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on aros they should be in Fonts/TrueType by default. i hate these fonts, i must admit.

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ok thank you

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Re: DejaVu Sans Font in AOS4,MorphOS and Aros
Posted on 19-Aug-2019 10:42:56
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Whilst the font may well be available in all 3 variants, you should avoid hard coding a specific font if you can. It might be mssing from a specidfic install or the user mght prefer a different font due to eye sight reasons or just cosmetic preference.


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Re: DejaVu Sans Font in AOS4,MorphOS and Aros
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thats why i mentioned that i dont like dejavu, since it is so huge and adds a lot of bloat, being therefore impracticable for lower end systems like 68k. i tend not to build it for aros68k for example, but it is built as default for aros nightlies.

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