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Re: Unexpected character change on Vista

From: sdfgsdhdshd
Subject: Re: Unexpected character change on Vista
Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2008 10:30:31 -0700 (PDT)

sdfgsdhdshd wrote:
> Michael Lauer wrote:
>> Michael Lauer <mrlauer1 <at>> writes:
>>> A somewhat better fix is to copy the old times.ttf (and the bold/italic
>>> versions, and any other system fonts you may want to use)) into
>>> c:\users\<username>\.fonts\ , and then tell fontconfig to ignore
>>> the system fonts. The only way I can see to do that is to edit
>>> c:\program files\lilypond\etc\fonts\fonts.conf and remove the line
>>>     <dir>WINDOWSFONTDIR</dir>
>>> If someone has a better workaround, please say so!
>> A better way to ignore the system TNR fonts: in 
>> c:\users\<username>\.fonts.conf , add
>> <fontconfig>
>>   <selectfont>
>>     <rejectfont>
>>       <glob>*Windows/fonts/times*</glob>
>>     </rejectfont>
>>   </selectfont>
>> </fontconfig>
> I have a better workaround:
> 1) write the .ly file on Vista
> 2) When OK, copy the file on another pc with XP.
> 3) LLP on XP generates the final pdf file.

On this Vista pc, i also use Word, with Vista-Times New Roman. I'm looking
for a solution that allows to use Vista-Times by LLP AND Word at the same

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