On 10/29/2017 06:23 PM, Alice Wonder wrote: > On 10/29/2017 03:12 PM, H wrote: >> On 10/29/2017 03:49 PM, Frank Cox wrote: >>> On Sun, 29 Oct 2017 15:03:49 -0400 >>> H wrote: >>> >>>> I had three characters I was not able to translate and after much >>>> hair-pulling realized to my surprise that they may be incorrectly drawn in >>>> Centos 7. >>> My first guess would be a faulty characters in whatever font you're using. >>> >>> Compare it with a working font and see if that's the problem. Type the problematic characters into a text editor. Change the font in the text editor to a different one. Did the character suddenly become correct? If so, you've found the problem. >>> >>> Then the short-term fix is to use a different (correct) font and the long-term solution will start with filing a bug report against the faulty font. >>> >> Frank, you are right. I switched from Monospace to DejaVu Sans and the three characters are correctly depicted. >> >> Now, how do I report the problem with the Monospace font used in CentOS 7? >> >> > > Monospace is probably not the name of the font, but is telling the application to use the default monospace font - which may be set by something else. > > What application is it? > > It's quite possible that Monospace is actually DejaVu Sans Mono or Liberation Mono or whatever the URW equivalent to Courier is. > > If the glyph is one that uses combining unicode code-points, many monospace fonts do not support all of them properly. > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos I was using Geany, the editor, and there is a font selection Monospace Regular. Again, I am running CentOS 7 and do not believe I have downloaded any additional fonts knowingly.