User-Agent: Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040207 Firefox/0.8 In the page www.traki.de/index.html the text in the first part (Tahoma +1 <i>) is not shown in italic. This font is installed and correctly rendered by Opera and Konqueror om the same SuSE 9.0 system. Preferences are set correctly. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Open a page with a part designed for Tahoma, size "+1", <i> 2.The font is not shown italic. 3. Actual Results: Wrong rendering of the Tahoma ttf. Expected Results: Rendering the text italic as designed. This is a Linux-specific bug shown by firefox 0.8 final and Mozilla 1.6 final In Windows, the fonts are displayed correctly.
I can't make tahoma cursive either - but as it turns out, I don't have an italic version of tahoma installed. Do you? xlsfonts |grep tahoma -microsoft-tahoma-bold-r-normal -microsoft-tahoma-medium-r-normal Only two regular versions of it here - medium and bold weight, from the MS webfonts collection.
Summary: correctly installed italic fonts are not shown by mozilla → correctly installed italic fonts are not shown by mozilla
Assignee: nobody → blizzard
Component: Layout: Fonts and Text → GFX: Gtk
QA Contact: core.layout.fonts-and-text → ian
RKAA - that is true, I installed my Tahoma, which was not in the Microsoft collection I got via Suse, setting a link to the .ttf-font installed in a Windows system on the same machine. But you are right, even in this Windows folder, there is no "Tahoma italic" file. So the Browser and other programs have a feature to show fonts italic even if this is not installed like they do with the size and the weight of the fonts when css is used. This seems to be broken in Mozilla. In every other appplication without NS 4.8, Firefox and Mozilla 1.6, I can use italic Tahoma, even in KWord and Konqueror. If this font would not be installed, the browser should show one of the other fonts described in the website: "Tahoma,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica". But it is clearly visible Tahoma.
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This is still present in latest seamonkey gtk1 - builds only, the (newer) gtk2-build and firefox -even konqueror and Opera- render the italic fonts correctly. I think that is a gtk1 problem only. Inbetween I updated completly my linux system from suse 8.2 over 9.0 to suse 9.3 and got every time this behaviour using a gtk1 build.. Could someone visit www.traki.de with a gtk1 build to confirm?
Assignee: blizzard → nobody
QA Contact: ian → gtk
Whiteboard: [GTK1 only]
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
Since we no longer support GTK1 in any way, closing.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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