File sysconfig.fonts-config of Package fonts-config

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        integer
## Default:     0
#
# Type of output (quiet=0, verbose=1, debug=256) while reconfiguring
# fonts.
#
VERBOSITY="0"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        list(none,hintnone,hintslight,hintmedium,hintfull)
## Default:     none
#
#  Prefered common hinting style.
#  
#  By default, hinslight is prefered for autohinter and hintfull for
#  BCI. You can enforce one hinstyle here. This value is not final
#  though, hinstyle can be overriden by other option in this file
#  (e. g. FORCE_BW_MONOSPACE => hintfull)
#
FORCE_HINTSTYLE="none"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     no
#
#  Force autohint even for fonts, which are said to have good
#  hinting instructions.
#
FORCE_AUTOHINT="no"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     no
#
# Force black and white rendering. Fonts will not get smoothed with
# the benefit of high contrast betwen font and background.
#
FORCE_BW="no"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     no
#
# Force black and white rendering for well hinted monospaced fonts.
# That makes look them in bitmap quality.
#
FORCE_BW_MONOSPACE="no"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        list(lcdnone,lcddefault,lcdlight,lcdlegacy)
## Default:     lcdnone
#
# LCD filter.
#
# I is mandatory to set to something else than 'lcdnone'
# when you want subpixel rendering. lcddefault seems to
# be most used value here.
#
USE_LCDFILTER="lcdnone"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        list(none,rgb,vrgb,bgr,vbgr,unknown)
## Default:     none
#
# Subpixel arrangement for your monitor and its rotation.
#
USE_RGBA="none"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     yes
#
# As rendering of outlines is often not perfect at small sizes, some
# TrueType or OpenType fonts contain "embedded" bitmaps for small sizes.
# This is very common in CJK fonts.
#
# Using embedded bitmaps usually gives clearly readable results as the bitmaps
# are handtuned for good readability and do not suffer from imperfections
# of the rendering algorithms.
#
# On the other hand, anti-aliasing is only possible when the outlines
# are used.
#
# Often, using the outlines with anti-aliasing looks more "beautiful".
# But using the embedded bitmaps is often better readable.
# It is a matter of taste, decide by yourself which style you prefer.
#
USE_EMBEDDED_BITMAPS="yes"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        string
## Default:     ja:ko:zh-CN:zh-TW:zh-HK:zh-SG
#
# You can limit the use of embedded bitmaps only to fonts which support certain
# languages. To do this set this variable to a colon separated list of languages.
# The spelling of the languages is the same as used by fontconfig.
# For example, if you want to use embedded bitmaps only in fonts supporting
# Japanese or simplified Chinese, you can set this variable to "ja:zh-CN".
# If you want to use embedded bitmaps for *all* languages, set this variable
# to the empty string "" or to "no".
#
EMBEDDED_BITMAPS_LANGUAGES="ja:ko:zh-CN:zh-TW:zh-HK:zh-SG"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        string
## Default:     ""
#
# Colon-separated list of prefered sans families. Most prefered family first.
#
# Empty string means 'system default'. Following example will convince your
# system to use CFF fonts (if at least one of them installed). See
# http://fontinfo.opensuse.org/fontformats.html for details.
#
# PREFER_SANS_FAMILIES="Source Sans Pro:CMU Sans Serif:CMU Bright:Linux Biolinum O:Latin Modern Sans"
#
# Other example gives the preference to bitmap fonts for various scripts.
# 
# PREFER_SANS_FAMILIES="Adobe Helvetica:B&H Lucida:Efont Biwidth:Efont Fixed:Efont Fixed Wide:Arabic Newspaper:Gnu Unifont:WenQuanYi WenQuanYi Bitmap Song"
#
PREFER_SANS_FAMILIES=""

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        string
## Default:     ""
#
# Colon-separated list of prefered serif families. Most prefered family first.
#
# Empty string means 'system default'. Following example will convince your
# system to use CFF fonts (if at least one of them installed). See
# http://fontinfo.opensuse.org/fontformats.html for details.
#
# PREFER_SERIF_FAMILIES="Source Serif Pro:CMU Serif:CMU Serif Extra:Linux Libertine O:Crimson:Old Standard:Rachana:Latin Modern Roman"
#
# Other example gives the preference to bitmap fonts for various scripts.
# 
# PREFER_SERIF_FAMILIES="Adobe Times:Adobe New Century Schoolbook:Adobe Utopia:B&H LucidaBright:MUTT ClearlyU Wide:MUTT ClearlyU PUA:MUTT ClearlyU Alternate Glyphs Wide"
#
PREFER_SERIF_FAMILIES=""

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        string
## Default:     ""
#
# Colon-separated list of prefered sans families. Most prefered family first.
#
# Empty string means 'system default'. Following example will convince your
# system to use CFF fonts (if at least one of them installed). See
# http://fontinfo.opensuse.org/fontformats.html for details.
#
# PREFER_MONO_FAMILIES="Source Code Pro:CMU Typewriter Text:Linux Libertine Mono O:Tempora:Latin Modern Mono:Latin Modern Mono Light"
#
# Other example gives the preference to bitmap fonts for various scripts.
#
# PREFER_MONO_FAMILIES="Adobe Courier:B&H LucidaTypewriter:Efont Fixed:Efont Fixed Wide:Gnu Unifont Mono:Misc Fixed:Misc Fixed Wide:Schumacher Clean:xos4 Terminus:WenQuanYi WenQuanYi Bitmap Song"
#
PREFER_MONO_FAMILIES=""

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     yes
#
# Perform metric substitutions.
#
# When set to yes, value of PREFER_*_FAMILIES can be overriden when document 
# or GUI is requesting metric compatible font as defined
#     in /etc/fonts/conf.d/30-metric-aliases.conf,
# e. g. request to Courier New will get Liberation Mono even if 
# other family is explicitely prefered by PREFER_MONO_FAMILIES
# (hint, that's because binding="same" in that fontconfig)
#
# You can change this default behaviour with "no", but be careful with that.
# Metric compatibility means that every glyph, say 'A', has the same width
# and height in both fonts, so document should have same line wraps for 
# example.
#
SEARCH_METRIC_COMPATIBLE="yes"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     yes
#
# Strongly prefer of families in FPL.
#
# Brute-force preference of families listed in PREFER_*_FAMILIES. This
# overrides not only other preference lists, but also document (incl. 
# webfonts) and even _user_ _selection_ of the family.
#
# Set to "yes" when you really don't want to see other fonts
# than listed in preference lists. Other fonts are used only if
# families from FPLs do not cover requested charset.
#
FORCE_FAMILY_PREFERENCE_LISTS="no"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     yes
#
# generate TTCap entries in fonts.dir, which can be used by 
# xtt/freetype font module
#
GENERATE_TTCAP_ENTRIES="yes"

## Path:        Desktop
## Description: Display font configuration
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     yes
#
# generate font setup for Java 1.4.x and Java 1.5.x
#
GENERATE_JAVA_FONT_SETUP="yes"
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