I have installed SUSE 11.3 and I am using KDE4. I also installed the font "misc-console".

After installing the NVIDIA driver 256.53 the font misc-console becomes useless because it is displayed so much slanted that it is imposible to read. However, if I disable the NVIDIA driver (by replacing "nvidia" with "nv" in xorg.conf), then it works fine. It also works fine in KDE3 and the NVIDIA driver. So, it seems to be a combination between NVIDIA and KDE4. A lot other fonts are also overly slanted and unreadable (like "Sony fixed", "misc fixed", etc.).

If I launch konsole from a terminal, I receive the following warning:

konsole(6928) Konsole::TerminalDisplay::setVTFont: Using an unsupported variable-width font in the terminal. This may produce display errors.

Is there a way that I can use "misc-console" without having to uninstall the NVIDIA driver? I'm just used to this font for my terminal.

The same happens whether I install the driver manually or through YAST, 32 or 64 bit.
The video card is NVIDIA 8400GS, the system Athlon 64 4400+

Thanks a lot!