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I am not sure but I think my Qt libs got updated on the 9th and this started happening, aliasing etc works etc, but these messages start appearing and I am Do you see any error messages on the console? The linking is probably equivalent to simple delete, since if Mathematica does not find the libraries in its folder, then it tries to load libraries provided by the system. Adding the last -rule to my ~/.fonts.conf improves things a bit. check my blog

anu (chandran-gmail) wrote on 2008-05-05: #29 Figure showing the garbled Label Edit (20.2 KiB, image/jpeg) In addition to the font issue I have another (related?) problem with the graphics in Mathematica Tom Kalvoda (kalvotom) wrote on 2008-05-05: #33 murphy, c_t: you are right, they are really gif images. I'm now looking into other potential side effects... That is, fonts are now rendering fine, but I still am getting a lot of "X Error of failed request: RenderBadPicture (invalid Picture parameter)" messages on my console - which I

Reload to refresh your session. With the previous solution (font substitution) I used to be able to click on the menu region of the empty windows and get rid of them that way. Comment 5 Dario Andres 2009-08-07 20:09:52 UTC Ok, changing to "normal" Comment 6 Martin Koller 2009-12-19 17:30:17 UTC Can reproduce (KDE trunk, Qt-4.6.0). I have a Swing Dialog before the creation of the glfw window that works fine, but after creating the glfw window, I use events to open other GUIs, such as glfw

With KDE 4, mathematica was showing fonts in the same color as the background which could be rectified with the -defaultvisual option but the graphics font problem persisted. Did you install the windows Mathematica through wine or are you using the linux version? But often there are advantages in using later versions - like on Solaris one cant get Mathematica working on an Intel CPU, whereas the library shipped with Mathematica will only run One thing worth noting is that Matheamatica caches certain things, so if you crash it, the cache can be in an unstable state. -cleanstart tends to fix that.

hardybug (mathbug) wrote on 2008-05-28: Another bug in M6.0 in Hardy #72 I seem to have found a really strange bug.. A simple texture and STBTruetype for the text will do just fine. (Animated GIFs will be tricky though. We will be updating our shipping version of Qt with our next major release, most likely from the Qt 4 .3 version tree, as 4.4 is causing some compatibility issues (the there are several SVG files that come with Mathematica 6.0 in the directory, /usr/local/Wolfram/Mathematica/6.0/SystemFiles/Fonts/SVG Try setting one of these SVG files as the icon for Mathematica and your settings program immediately

I try this tuto but It' doesn't work for me...(I've hardy....) .. However Mathematica still outputs the same error messages as before. This used to be fine in Gutsy, also when I open an old notebook in hardy the figure is displayed properly (the figure was generated in Gutsy) till I select the I found the variable here: http://mathforum.org/kb/message.jspa?messageID=6222093&tstart=0 asdf (asdf123123-deactivatedaccount-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2008-05-22: #69 I was quite disappointed that Mathematica did not work out of the box with Hardy.

  • Do you have the free player installed as well.
  • I have probably related problem on xubuntu (hardy).
  • BTW I am not using compiz at all and did also not change anything (willingly) during upgrade.

https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=112997&aid=1821174&group_id=12997Jeff -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to [hidden email] More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Wink Saville Reply | Threaded You cannot alter notepad files but you can run them. scarecrow (bray) wrote on 2008-03-15: #3 Some more information relative to this problem. Can you try removing the LD_LIBRARY_PATH="." part to see if that helps?This is the post I am referring to:http://steamcommunity.com/app/414510/discussions/0/412446292753236445/#c412446292753377849 #1 phr00t View Profile View Posts [developer] 3 Feb @ 2:47pm Actually,

I also might give the wolfram tech people at [email protected] a go they are generally pretty helpful for linux. click site On my Ubuntu system I can reproduce this with Tk 8.5.7 but not with 8.4.19 nor the current HEAD (8.6b1.1). Starting Mathematica with -defualtvisual, again solves it, although editing the last line of /usr/local/bin/mathematica and adding the option there means you dont have to remeber to do it. Cheers yy2kk (kangyu29) wrote on 2008-05-09: #55 Thanks again Tom, I suppose I should know the "workaround" (sudo rm ... :-)) by now!

Timo Aaltonen (tjaalton) wrote on 2008-05-28: #75 People with font issues can try installing gsfonts-x11 (or msttcorefonts) to see if it helps. Art (grenander) wrote on 2008-04-28: #18 I don't get the X Error messages on Hardy in upgrade from Gutsy on an amd64. do you think this is the > source of the problem? -- heavytull ------------------------------------------------------------------------ heavytull's Profile: http://forums.opensuse.org/member.php?userid=17092 View this thread: http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=390387 Reply With Quote 19-Feb-2009,16:40 #6 acimmarusti View Profile View Forum news murphy.md (murphy-md) wrote on 2008-06-16: #80 It would be nice to have a short list of the fonts that are most often getting screwed up in Hardy.

Also adding to yy2kk's comment, saving to pdf/eps seems to display everything properly, but importing the eps to other programs like ooimpress, seems to garble the text again. git Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Git gui error RenderBadPicture Classic List Threaded ♦ ♦ Locked 4 messages Wink Saville Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded With KDE 4, mathematica was showing fonts in the same color as the background which could be rectified with the -defaultvisual option but the graphics font problem persisted.

yy2kk (kangyu29) wrote on 2008-05-05: #35 In addition to the font issue I have another (related?) problem with the graphics in Mathematica 6.0 with hardy.

Starting a new input cell and again typing Plot, the letters are no longer visible--in fact they are in blue. Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 129 Star 979 Fork 174 LWJGL/lwjgl3 Code Issues 31 Pull requests 0 Projects The Qt workaround works great! From the screen shot it obviously loads up okay.

I wonder if anyone faced the same with Mathematica 6.0.2. J Tanner (jtanner-wolfram) wrote on 2008-08-01: #85 Just to let everyone know - We've isolated the issues to partly us, partly Qt (which is why removing our Qt libs did the Mathematica is not rendering properly in Hardy. http://devstude.net/x-error/x-error-of-failed-request-bad-drawable.php All rights reserved.