Henning Hraban Ramm texml at fiee.net
Fri Aug 16 07:40:06 CEST 2019

> Am 2019-08-15 um 23:57 schrieb Hans Hagen <j.hagen at xs4all.nl>:
> On 8/15/2019 11:06 PM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
>>> Am 2019-08-15 um 08:08 schrieb Huseyin Özoguz <h.oezoguz at mmnetz.de>:
>>> I just moved to Win 10 (coming from Win 7) with a fresh system and installed Context.
>>> My problem: The manual installed fonts are not stored in "Windows/Font" like before, but in "AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/Fonts" – the default Fonts, which came with windows, are still there in Windows/Font.
>>> If I change OSFONTDIR to the new path and execute "mtxrun --script font --reload" after that, the new fonts are found by Context, but that seems no good way, because now the default-fonts are not found.
>>> How to solve this situation? How can I prevent Win10 from installing manual installed fonts into this other path and instead install it into "Windows/Font"directly? (Other programs like Corel etc. have no problems finding those other fonts, regardles of there location or OSFONTDIR.)
>>> Another solution: Give Context two pathes to look for fonts, is that possible?
>> OSFONTDIR is like other PATH variables, it can contain several paths, separated by ; (at least on Linux and OSX, maybe it’s : on Windows). My OSFONTDIR is rather lengthy to include my collections of commercial and free fonts (beware, that makes ConTeXt slow).
> in what sense slow ... more fonts means of course a longer identification time when the database is made but that happen seldom (unless you refer to an unknown font in your document in which case a scan happens, but that should then be fixed in the style)

It’s been a while since I had my whole collection of literally thousands of fonts in OSFONTDIR, but re-scanning happens quite often  – yes, probably something’s wrong in my typescripts, or I call for an invalid combination somewhere.

At the moment I just get this error message on every run:

resolvers       | globbing | confusing filename, name: 'SourceSansPro-SemiBold.ttf', lower: 'sourcesanspro-semibold.ttf', already: 'SourceSansPro-Semibold.ttf'

I don’t understand what’s wrong with that font.

Greetlings, Hraban

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