I realized that FreeMind makes no use of my system
wide installed truetype fonts while all other apps do. I
thought it was my fault (screwed up properties) but
then I found this in the Gentoo Linux forum:
I noticed that I can only choose between some
"default" fonts in Java applications, like "Monospaced",
"Courier", "SansSerif", etc...
How can I make Java using my whole truetype fonts like
the other apps do (i.e. KDE, OpenOffice, ...)?
The ability to choose other "system" fonts was added in
Java 1.2. The ability to use these depends on how the
application you're using was written. There's a method
on GraphicsEnvironment called getAllFonts that returns
all the fonts available for use.
Can you make FreeMind works this way?