Re: gnome calculator font

On Mon, 2002-05-06 at 09:58, Matthew Pratt wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm often forced to use kcalc in place of gcalc
> because of its ability to manipulate and convert
> numbers of different base (hex, dec, oct, bin).
> I've finally gotten around to doing what I thought
> would be a fairly trivial hack to gcalc to add this
> feature.
> Unfortuately I've discovered that gcalc uses the funky
> calculator-font.png (which incidently is part of
> gnome-libs while gcalc in in gnome-utils?!) for its
> main display font and it doesn't contain the A-F
> digits needed to display hex.

In the GNOME2 gcalc the png was replaced with a text entry for
accessibility reasons. You might want to hack on the GNOME2 version.

Markus Bertheau.
Berlin, Berlin.

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