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You can just define the linum size in your init config so it doesnt depend on default-face: (set-face-attribute 'linum nil :height 100)
I had the same problem with Helvetica bitmap fonts. To avoid it, I have a file ~/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf with: <?xml version="1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM "fonts.dtd"> <fontconfig> <alias binding="same"> <family>Helvetica</family> <prefer> <family>Arial</family> </prefer> ...
I have had this problem take a look here kaslnetwork.com/articles/making-ugly-fonts-pretty-in-arch-linux. P.S.: Adding as formal answer after confirmation from the asker.
Someone mentioned here this solution: Just remove the fontconfig in the /usr/local/etc/fonts/fonts.conf file Can you try that? To find out, what really is causing your video freezing problem do the following: Start steam in command-line on one terminal. Start Civ V in command-line on another terminal. find the executable in your Steam directory ...
vinc17 is correct: The glyph ☠, also called SKULL AND CROSSBONES, is not supported by Liberation Mono font as you can see here and here. You have to change to a font that covers this unicode (range). Fonts that support this particular glyph ☠ are listed here. To find the name and various other information of a unicode character by text, use this tool.
The Liberation font doesn't seem to have this symbol. But using XTerm*faceName: DejaVu Sans Mono (which is also a truetype font) allows ☠ to be displayed. EDIT: Do not use LibreOffice or OpenOffice to determine whether a glyph is supported in a font, as it silently falls back to another font: OpenOffice bug 45128.
The patch script is accessible here in it's own GitHub repo, titled: powerline-patcher. An experiment I first started by downloading the above patching script. $ git clone https://github.com/Lokaltog/powerline-fontpatcher.git I then selected a sample .ttf file to test out your question. $ ls -lr | grep ttf -rw-r--r--. 1 saml saml 242700 Jul 2 20:29 ...
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