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You haven't explained your problem well enough for anyonre to respond with anything other than guess work and truisms. You have to describe what you're packaging and where you see the problem. My guess is that you're packaging some Tk app, and the fonts on your linux system look strange due to antialiasing or whatever.

Please read How do I post a question effectively? and PerlMonks for the Absolute Beginner. After reading and understanding these please clarify your issue.


In reply to Re: Funny fonts in ActivePerl under Linux by marto
in thread Funny fonts in ActivePerl under Linux by jowe

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