Re: [apps-discuss] font/*

"Martin J. Dürst" <duerst@it.aoyama.ac.jp> Fri, 11 November 2011 08:18 UTC

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On 2011/11/11 2:05, t.petch wrote:

> What I see at present is that when I access certain web sites, I get a message
> saying the my machine has not got the fonts installed to view the web site
> properly and would I like the web site to instal some more for me.  NO WAY.  I
> decide what and when I instal on my machine from where.  But I am curious, and
> might try it when I have machine ready to be trashed, as to just how it would do
> it.  I am assuming it would try to instal a .ttf file in  a suitable directory
> (which I would expect to fail unless it is a temporary file).
>
> I did ask the maintainers of the web site what was going on, and they had not a
> clue.  My guess would be something Chinese or Korean (although the web site is
> not).

To look at this case, it would help if you would tell us what your 
browser was, and what websites they were.

Regards,   Martin.