Ive removed the gorilla support, you can pull a new version to get the change...
On Oct 20, 2014, at 2:10 AM, Jens Thoms Toerring <address@hidden
Hi Marisa,On Sun, Oct 19, 2014 at 03:53:25PM -0700, Marisa Giancarla wrote:
Ok, working further on my app, i am having a font issue. Back on the linux
of the day the font was the right size and was using a fixed size font. Now
on Mac it is displaying the fonts too big or not fixed width so my tables
are not formatted properly. Any ideas on why this might be happening?As I have no experience with a Mac (and also don't know whichversion of XForms you're using) I can only guess. Could it bethat the core X fonts aren't installed on a Mac? Given Applesreputation for "nice design" I would't be too astonished ifonly TTF fonts are used and the old (and less nice looking)bitmap fonts, still used by XForms (I'm working on that), arenoot available by default. Also at least one Linux distributionseems to have started to skip installing the X core fonts...And if the X core fonts can't be found the XForms library willtry to pick some replacement font, which might look rather uglyand bear no resemblance to the expected font. Do all the textslook the same? That might be a sign that a replacement font hasbeen used. Another thing you can do to check for this is to runyour program with the '-fldebug' option, followed by an integerbetween 1 and 5. This enables additional warnings (and, forhigher numbers also lots of more of information) to be printedout. You may find a line similar to try_get_font_struct(): Can't load XXXX, using subsitutewere 'XXXX' is the name of a font that couldn't be found.I've downloaded your package from github but need some timeto check how it looks like on my (Linux) machine (and for thatI need to get 'gorilla' installed first), in order to see ifthis is an error I can reproduce. Best regards, Jens-- \ Jens Thoms Toerring ________ address@hidden \_______________________________ http://toerring.de