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upnorth


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PostPosted: Sun 04 Apr 2010, 11:51    Post subject: fontconfig for quirky
Subject description: fontconfig for quirky
 

If you are using quirky, there is now a full fontconfig pet from coolpup:

http://puppylinux.org/wikka/fontconfig

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PostPosted: Fri 09 Apr 2010, 13:28    Post subject: crappy fonts in dillo or opera
Subject description: fix for bad font appearance in dillo or opera
 

Here is the simpler and smaller fix for the "dot matrix font" pita. Assuming the default /etc/fonts of a standard puppy: Insert this code into your /etc/fonts/local.conf file just above the </fontconfig> tag.

ADDED NOTE: you can add this to your /root/.fonts.conf if you prefer.

Code:
<selectfont>
  <rejectfont>
   <pattern>
     <patelt name="scalable"><bool>false</bool></patelt>
   </pattern>
  </rejectfont>
 </selectfont>


When you are done your local.conf will appear as:
Code:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM "fonts.dtd">
<!-- /etc/fonts/local.conf file for local customizations -->
<fontconfig>
<!--
  Enable sub-pixel rendering
   <match target="font">
      <test qual="all" name="rgba">
         <const>unknown</const>
      </test>
      <edit name="rgba" mode="assign"><const>rgb</const></edit>
   </match>
-->
<selectfont>
  <rejectfont>
   <pattern>
     <patelt name="scalable"><bool>false</bool></patelt>
   </pattern>
  </rejectfont>
 </selectfont>

</fontconfig>


thanks for mikeb's jan23 post

In some situations, a reboot may be necessary.

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technosaurus


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PostPosted: Mon 12 Apr 2010, 23:21    Post subject:  

there are quite a few patches for the good old gtk1 version here:
http://teki.jpn.ph/pc/software/index-e.shtml#dillo-i18n
and here:
http://projects.mobileread.com/iliad/users/antartica/dillo/dillo-patch-splitted/


I found the second set here:
http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8870&page=6
along with an explanations
Quote:
Yes, I recall what they were for .

The patches on http://projects.mobileread.com/iliad...atch-splitted/ are for the following:

dillo-0.8.6-file.patch - Make opening local files work (code: loads the file in its entirety to memory and feeds that to the parser; not optimal but was the easiest route)
dillo-0.8.6-iliad-support.patch - Page scroll with left mouse button instead of middle button; this is: when you drag the page with the stylus, it scrolls (code: swap the references to left mouse button with the ones for middle mouse button in some places; add the list of changes in the about page).
dillo-0.8.6-next-v3.patch - If you press the next button (right arrow in the toolbar) and there is no next page in the page cache history, it will try to guess the next page and load it; did it to act as a rough comic book viewer (code: look for the last number in the URL, increment it and try to load that page)
dillo-0.8.6-utf8-support-v2.patch - Some support for utf-8 pages, so that it can show properly the Spanish Wikipedia; only supports the latin1 part of utf-8, and only transforms the pages that announce themselves as utf-8 (code: if the page advertises itself as utf-8, convert the latin1 utf-8 codes to latin1 codes; latin1 is iso-8859-1 codepage, the one supported in dillo 0.8.6).

And that's all. The patches are simple but not trivial. They just make dillo more usable on the iliad (at least for me .

So, apply them to your build (they don't cause unstabilities AFAIK ). Also, you should modify the about page in dillo-0.8.6-iliad-support.patch to note your changes/additions .

P.S.: About the dillo2 port: the fixed font is installed (the X server won't start without it), so that error is strange.

P.S.2: Ups! Those posts are material for the devel's corner...

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PostPosted: Sun 09 May 2010, 23:50    Post subject: Re: crappy fonts in dillo or opera
Subject description: fix for bad font appearance in dillo or opera
 

upnorth wrote:
Here is the simpler and smaller fix for the "dot matrix font" pita. Assuming the default /etc/fonts of a standard puppy: Insert this code into your /etc/fonts/local.conf file just above the </fontconfig> tag.......

In some situations, a reboot may be necessary.


Worked a charm without reboot, thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu 12 Aug 2010, 16:51    Post subject:  

Just found this on the dillo-dev mail list @

http://lists.auriga.wearlab.de/pipermail/dillo-dev/2010-August/007614.html

Might be helpfull for some.


Quote:
What exactly does not work? Are you seeing little square instead of
tamil characters?
In that case you can try to install FreeSans and FreeSerif, which
are part of the freefont package.
Then change the fonts in your dillorc to:

font_serif="FreeSerif"
font_sans_serif="FreeSans"

Note however, that you might also need to force the use of these new
default fonts in case the webpage chooses a different font
explicitely. To do that add e.g.

* {font-family: sans-serif !important}

to your ~/.dillo/style.css file.

Hope that helps,
Johannes

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Karl Godt


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PostPosted: Sat 05 Feb 2011, 20:08    Post subject:  

about :
Quote:
there are quite a few patches for the good old gtk1 version here:
http://teki.jpn.ph/pc/software/index-e.shtml#dillo-i18n

dillo-0.86-orig [./configure --prefix=/opt/DILLO && make install [inst: 497KB,pet: 226KB]] :
Quote:
Die Deckenhöhe in den Wohnungen beträgt 2,50 m und die Betondeckenhöhe 0,18m .
Ich habe für mich in der 20. Etage eine ungefähre Höhe von 55 Metern über Grund

patched dillo-0.86-i18n-teki.jpn.ph [./configure --prefix=/opt/DILLO && make install [inst: 729KB,pet:313KB]] :
Quote:
Die Deckenhöhe in den Wohnungen beträgt 2,50 m und die Betondeckenhöhe 0,18m .
Ich habe für mich in der 20. Etage eine ungefähre Höhe von 55 Metern über Grund

which is as it should be Smile

about :
Quote:
This is statically compiled agains fltk.

Which means compiled dynamically with a static compiled fltk[2] Question

LDFLAGS="-static" did compile some [/usr/local/lib/dillo/]dpi/*/*.dpi of [7]*440-450KB stripped without the dillo main bin and the downloads.dpi .
CC="diet gcc" had been even worse .

I compiled "dillo-2.2 ./configure --prefix=/opt/DILLO-2 && make install" with a "fltk-2.0.x-r8323 --enable-shared" and the whole dillo became half the size [inst: 739KB,pet: 299KB]
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session


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PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug 2011, 15:47    Post subject: New Dillo  

I love this browser; today I inadvertently discovered Dillo-2.2.1 has recently been released and version 3 (a port to the actively-developed FLTK-1.3) is just around the corner.
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Sep 2011, 08:34    Post subject:  

Thanks............................
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PostPosted: Fri 09 Sep 2011, 17:53    Post subject:  

Any one make a pet yet of dillo 3? Razz
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PostPosted: Fri 09 Sep 2011, 21:59    Post subject:  

dillo-3.0-i486-lucid.pet For Puppy 5.2.5
- direct download

compiled with ssl and ipv6 support

next days I'll make also dillo for 3.01 and 4.3.1 puppy

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PostPosted: Sat 10 Sep 2011, 05:03    Post subject:  

Dingo wrote:
dillo-3.0-i486-lucid.pet For Puppy 5.2.5
- direct download

compiled with ssl and ipv6 support

next days I'll make also dillo for 3.01 and 4.3.1 puppy


Can this .pet be used on lupu528?

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vovchik


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PostPosted: Sat 10 Sep 2011, 05:30    Post subject:  

Dear dingo, don922, Karl, etc.,

Works fine in my Lucid 2.5. Is there any way of making dillo look less, say, 1995. It is extremely fast but also extremely ugly. In sime FLTK apps, you used to be able to give command-line parameters for style. Any such possibility with Dillo?

with thanks and kind regards,
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PostPosted: Sun 11 Sep 2011, 00:17    Post subject:  

Vovchik,

I suspect this isn't what you're after, but thought I'd mention anyway that Miriam has a thread, on improving Dillo's looks, here.
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PostPosted: Mon 12 Sep 2011, 15:12    Post subject:  

Dear muggins,

Thanks for the links. I remember I wrote and compiled a few little things using FLTK and was able to indicate a choice of "theme" or "style". I will have to check my sources and see whether such an thing can't be done for Dillo, since it is nice and fast but just ugly. Somebody has done a shutdown for puppy in FLTK and it uses a better style (sort of like Mac). I also did that long ago....but my memory is not what it used to be Smile

With kind regards, vovchik
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PostPosted: Mon 12 Sep 2011, 15:15    Post subject:  

uploaded actual version to first post.

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