Re: Bad font (follow-up question) [Solved]
Daron Wilson <daron.wilson <at> gmail.com>
2010-12-01 02:09:31 GMT
I'm not sure if you're still wanting Helvetica, but what works for me is to open the document settings and go
to the Fonts section
The first drop-down selection list is where you set the default font family, i.e. the family that LyX should
use as the basic family for the whole document. Now that you have told LyX what the default family should be
(sans serif), you need to go the the Sans Serif drop-down list and tell it to use Helvetica as the specific
sans serif font-face (which you already set to be used for everything).
This will change the onscreen LyX font to Helvetica, as well as the typeset output.
This will solve your KOMA-Script problems because KOMA will typeset the headings in the sans serif of your
choice, which is specified as Helvetica. It will then typeset the body text according to the default font
family, which you have specified as sans serif-->Helvetica.
On 1 Dec 2010, at 08:30, Emil Pavlov wrote:
> На 30.11.2010 09:38, Liviu Andronic написа:
>> On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 1:35 AM, Emil Pavlov<emil_pavlov <at> mail.bg> wrote:
>>> Actually, the text is not pixelled. I just HATE the default font.
>>> Although I installed a packaged called texlive-fonts-extra, I can only
>>> select Helvetica for the sans serif fonts. This means that, when I use book
>>> (KOMA-script) class, only the sections, subsetions, etc. are rendered with
>>> helvetica and the rest of the text is some other font. Is there a remedy for
>> Yes. Read Help> User Guide> 3.7.2. You need to set a different Serif
>> font, which is used in most parts of the document.
> What I meant was if there is a way to use Helvetica for the whole document, I found one and I didn´t like it.
But, anyway, thank you for all the responses.