Hi Bernard

Thanks for that code - that's really helpful.

However, from what I can tell (java isn't one of my main languages, I'm a
Python dev) it seems as though it doesn't actually tell FOP to reload any
fonts, but rather gathers a list of fonts and then asks `PropertiesManager`
to set the fonts. I can't see a reference to `PropertiesManager` in the FOP
docs; is that a class in your app, or am I missing something?


Bernmeister wrote:
> Hi Phillip,
> I have written a desktop application which, on start up, refreshes a cache
> of fonts (using FOP code) and subsequently allows the user to refresh that
> cache by hitting a button (again, calls the same FOP code).
> See attached.
> When the application starts up I call FOPManager.refreshFonts( false );
> Before allowing the user to initiate a print, I call FOPManager.isReady()
>  When the user forces a cache update, I call FOPManager.refreshFonts( true
> );
> My fopConfiguration.xml is standard and doesn't do anything fancy.
> Cheers,
> Bernard.

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