From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020311 BuildID: 2002031115 Subject: fsdfsdfsdf From: etc is always Times style serif font I think it should either be the same as the message display Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.get an email 2.print it 3. Actual Results: Times style serif font for Subject To: from: etc Expected Results: Should be the same as the Message display options be default. in a "nice" Sans Serif font
16 years ago
Currently when we print.. if we dont have the right font we substitute a font. we use the following to substitute: serif goes to Times-Roman sans serif goes to Helvetica monospace goes to Courier anything else.. you have to install the right AFM files to support those for postscript.
I am assuming that the font being used in mail is a Serif font.. so Times Roman will be substituted. If you want a San Serif font then the mail will have to be defaulted to a San Serif font.. which then will print Helvetica.
Hi I set Message Display to "fixed width font" or "variable width font" So i get courier style for the 1st and as I have set "propotional" to "helvetica" i get a sans serif for the 2nd. the body is fine (most of the time, there is another japanese bug that means that is always in serif for the body AS WELL) It is just the email headers that come out in a Serif font. Does that explain well enough? Can I reopen?