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font manager on fedora

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Trying to use font-manager, I get:
font-manager:4338 : WARNING **: sqlite3_step failed!
INFO:Finished loading 0 families

and no font ca be displayed!

The behavior of the font viewer is also strange, I cannot view the symbol font. Only square boxes are displayed!

posted Dec 9, 2013 by Luv Kumar

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No problems here on an F19 system and on a F20-TC5 system. Assuming you're running this as a regular user..... You can try.

rm -rf ~/.cache/font-manager
and then try again.

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Just a thought, but it's possible that the symbol font only contains symbols, and are you trying to view letters as test objects?

e.g. You need a font with normal letters to show a test like "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog." A symbol-only font would only show characters if you try to type out the symbols. Which could be "!@#$%
^&*()," or the more esoteric ones that you don't see on the qwerty keyboard.

answer Dec 9, 2013 by Dewang Chaudhary
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