the following szenarios give me some headache:
1. ActivePerl (188.8.131.524) under MS Windows using different fonts works well.
2. Cross-packaging the code using PerlApp (9.1.1) to Linux (Mint 14.2) using the very same ActivePerl (184.108.40.2064) Linux version gives me just very poor quality fonts (reminds me on plotting 20 years ago).
3. Straight ActivePerl (220.127.116.114) under Linux without PerlApp: same poor fonts as described under 2.
4. 'native' Perl (5.14) (which comes with the Linux Mint distribution) gives me perfect fonts (as expected).
Could anyone explain what I am doing wrong?
Your help is very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance
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