[Fontconfig] Courier New overrides monospace

Felix Miata mrmazda at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 15 11:54:05 PDT 2013

On 2013-07-16 01:27 (GMT-0700) Trung Ngo composed:

> I'm not familiar with how to use the bytecode hinter. Nevertheless, your
> two solutions yield unsatisfactory result, unfortunately. Turning off AA
> is a painful experience for my eyes and emboldening is, well, too bold
> for a regular typeface.

> Looks like your version of Liberation Mono is a bit out of date, I'm now
> on Ubuntu 12.04 with fonts-liberation version 1.07.0-2 and the command
> shows both Liberation Mono and Courier New.

> How about putting Liberation Mono right before Courier New so that at
> least it has a chance to match?

How many systems are you talking about? Why not just put a list rearranged to 
your liking in 50-user.conf or 51-local.conf? Maybe add Droid Sans Mono, 
which I put at the top of my lists.
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