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Font warning (fonts.conf is deprecated) on fedora

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I get this warning on my Fedora-19/KDE laptop, from several applications (acroread is one):

Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/50-user.conf", line 14:  reading configurations from ~/.fonts.conf is deprecated.

What, if anything, should I do about this?

posted Jul 20, 2013 by anonymous

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Thanks, that was very simple:
$ mkdir ~/.config/fontconfig
$ mv ~/.fonts.conf ~/.config/fontconfig/

answer Jul 20, 2013 by anonymous
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