On Fri, Jan 09, 2004 at 11:10:46PM +0100, raymond ostertag wrote: > Le lun 05/01/2004 ?? 00:49, Roman Joost a ??crit : > > a) Screenshots should be made with the standard GNOME theme and a > > generic font (like Bitstream Sans). > > > Standard GNOME theme is ? I don't remember but on my Mandrake the > standard is Galaxy ?? > I'm sorry. "Standard GNOME theme" is genglish, i mean the "Gnome Default Theme".
> > b) If we make some compositing images, we should provide the source > > file. The others should be able to make the same image with translated > > text from it. Julien and Raymond made some cool diagrams in SVG. > > Unfortunately i can not translate them, without discarding the font > > data. > > > Well I made the SVG with sodipodi 0.33 with the fonts installed on my > Mandrake 9.2. My first goal was to release this in XCF with text layers > but the SVG import don't transform the Sodipodi text in Layers (may be I > miss something). So finally I released a SVG that you can edit with > Sodipodi (the fonts used are AD MONO, binary). > I you think we should use only a few fonts (what you call generic fonts) > please give us a list of the font that we can use (we need at least 3 > fonts) and write this somewhere on the Wiki. Yes. I just want to make sure, that the "generic" font is available on every system. Please make a suggestion, if you don't have the Bitstream fonts installed. Well, the microsoft ones are used on most systems as well ... Greetings, -- Roman Joost www: http://www.romanofski.de email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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