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    Default How to set all system fonts to bold?

    No setting in KDE to configure fonts to bold,as Gnome have that feature. Bold font looks clear especially outdoor. I'm using Droid sans fallback.
    Any solution?
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    Default Re: How to set all system fonts to bold?

    On 07/14/2011 11:36 AM, marcoslai wrote:
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    > No setting in KDE to configure fonts to bold


    not true..

    go Personal Settings - Configure Desktop > Common Appearance and
    Behavior > Application Appearance > Fonts > Adjust All Fonts (button) >
    Font Style (check) > Bold (highlight) > OK ... job done

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    Default Re: How to set all system fonts to bold?

    Sorry,it's the font I'm using,Droid sans fallback doesn't have bold setting. I've download a ttf-wqy-microhei-0.2.0-1.7.noarch.rpm from build.opensuse.org,but it keep downloading something unknown while I install it with kpackagekit,never ending downloading.......and it doesn't install after all.
    How to get this font in?
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    Default Re: How to set all system fonts to bold?

    On 07/15/2011 12:36 PM, marcoslai wrote:
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    > How to get this font in?


    don't use kpackagekit...it is broken.. (i used YaST to delete my
    packagekit...and, now i just check once a day to see if there are
    updates by opening YaST > Online Update)


    so, go here: http://software.opensuse.org/
    search on: ttf-wqy-microhei
    click: 1-Click Install <link>
    make sure: during the install process you will be asked if you wish to
    keep the repo after the install, i recommend you never keep it..

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